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I use wet wipes/disposable baby wipes--I gently rub the surface of the webkinz all over, then let it air dry. I've also used a very slightly damp washcloth with very minimal clear hand soap, again letting it air dry.
My Mom uses the Dryer bags that are suppose to be for dryclean only items and such on some stuffed animals we own. I don't remember what the product is actually called. Does anyone think it would be ok to use on Webkinz? We have never had to clean any Webkinz yet but I thought I'd see what others thought of that idea.
I would not say to do this, but I had to do it with one of my DD, b/c she dropped it in the mud, and a damp cloth wasn't doing the trick, but I did put mine in the delicate cycle of the washer and it came out just fine. but like I said. I do not, am not recommending you do this.
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