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Today I made a Webkinz video about a Spa. I had Dish Soap SUDS in a bowl, and I stuck Flurry my Penguin's two little flippers in...only the ends! And Zanzey, my pink poodle's face fell in...so I rinsed them off, and squeezed them out.
I stuck them both in the dryer. Which IS OK!
And I opened it 30 min. later, and Zanzey, Fine! Only a spot on her face was crusty.
But Flurry...her whole body...messed up...hey I love my webbies, don't get me wrong! So I felt stupid! And I decided, "hey! I'll soak them in a bucket!" So I did. Squeeze, Rinse, Squeeze, rinse, refill, squeeze, rinse. So right now...they are drying.
I think the dish soap should be pretty harmless. I use it to spot clean our Webkinz when needed, or to 'suds' them entirely when they need a bigger cleaning. I have not used the dryer, though. Just dunking, rinsing, and squeezing with lots of air drying under a fan.
I hope your little webbie is okay.
The dryer is the potentially harful part. Certain fabrics are not suppose to be heated to dryer temperatures. It could melt the fabrics. Next time put them inside a pillow case and dry them on gentle. This is supposte to help keep the stuffed animals soft and fluffy.
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