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I wouldn't put webkinz in the dryer or washer. Your webkinz could get holes/rips/stuffing coming out, etc. Most of the time it won't rip/tear in the washer, but it could. If my webkinz got wet, I would let him/her air dry, or blow dry it with a hair dryer. Just to be safe, let it air dry. Wina's right, put them in a pillow case if you do decide to dry them in the dryer.
I too would suggest you let it air dry. Better to be safe than sorry. Put it in a window that gets sun. I know you're in the UK, but you do get sun sometimes LOL You can also put it near a fan if you have a fan going for air circulation, or air conditioning.
A good one too would be place it on a folded up tea towel and then place on top of your TV (if not a flat screen or plasma or anything new like that).
I hope one of these suggestions work. Good luck and I'm sure your webbie enjoyed the bath!
I don't usua;;y my sister and I give them baths and then blow dry them (it's a webkinz plushie spa!) we use shampoo and don't put the blow dryer to close to them or on too high. we leave them a little damp too then they dry over night
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