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I've washed lots of stuffed animals in the washer, including Webkinz and Care Bears. I have a zippered pillow case I put them in and they come out fine. If you are afraid to try that, I would try the baby wipe.
I thought you weren't supposed to put your webkinz in the washer????
Moo has had a few baths in the washer, in his life, but not dryer, it would mess up his hair if I did that. All my webbies go in there. I did hand wash wacky zingoz though when he landed in the fireplace ash. I just used some hand soap and washed him with my hands, rinsed with myhands, put him out side to dry and all was good, he still talks to me
You can just put him in a pillowcase before you put it in the washer. I had to put my googles in the washer, and he came out as good as new! I just wouldn't try the dryer, because it might mess up his hair. But if you don't think you should wash it in the washing machine, you could put a bit of soap or detergent in the sink, and you can wash it in there. To dry it, you can wrap it in a towel and step on it to get most of the water out, and then you can just put him somewhere he can air dry.
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