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I think, other people do this but I've never tried, you could fill the sink with water and poor shampoo on them. Then scrub them. As long as you wash it off, and dry it proparly, I don't see how this could hurt them. BUT I wouldn't wash them in the washing machine.. unless, my family puts our plushies that need washing in a pillow sack and ties it so the washing machine doesn't damage them. Good luck!
What I do is I fill the sink up with luke warm water and while its filling up i poor baby shampoo into the sink for it to get bubbly (you can just use regular soap or something) I'll dip them in and scrub them under the water really good, then get some yummy smelling shampoo and matching conditoner, and scrub their body's all around, i'l let the water drain and turn on the faucet to rince them off, then i put them in the dryer with a Snuggle Fabric Softner, to make them small good and they will be extra warm After words, you could put some perfume on them
But make sure you get ALL the soap out, I read that someone didn't get all of it out and it got gross, so its really important, Hope this helps!
A soak in mouthwash (e.g. Listerine) or borax can help kill germs & remove odors.
Dish soap or liquid hand soap or mild detergent for stains.
You'd need to do 2 or 3 rinses. A few drops of vinegar in rinse water removes excess soap.
I'd do the towel roll/step method mentioned above for initial dry, then
air fluff rest of way,
unless dryer has a known hunger streak.
(A cup of vinegar is recommended in 2nd rinse of towels to remove all soap so they fluff better in dryer.)
Last edited by SoccerSlave; 04-15-2010 at 11:56 PM..
I wash mine. Here is what I do. I put them in a pillowcase and put a knot on the open end of the case so they will not fall out. Then I stick the case into the washer on delicate. I dry some of them but most of the time I do not because it scratches their eyes to hit the sides of the dryer.
Originally Posted by abbypie3000
What I do with stuffed animals, I put them in a pillow case, tie a loose knot, and put it on delicate in the washer, then I take it out of the pillow case, and let it air dry.
ROFLOL i just posted this and then started reading the threads and walllaaaa someone else does what I do.
We have one cat that likes to play with the Webbies. I found out the hard way after she put one in the sink that the one thing you do not want to do is use a hair dryer on them. The fur melted a little.
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