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"Surface Wash Only" is a myth. Standard stuffed animal toys can be submerged and washed carefully. I'll show you how to rescue your most loveable (and roughly loved) ...
Find one that really needs a bath. This guy has a mystery stain. Gross.
Soak in cold water, submerging and squeezing. Nasty stuff will most likely come out of the stuffing. Keep squeezing it out until the water comes out clear.
Scrub your critter with a mild detergent (i make my own with Ivory soap). Cold-water liquids like Woolite work well, but your usual liquid detergent or liquid dish ...
Press out the excess soap by squeezing your animal under the water again. You'll probably see more gross stuff. Continue until the water coming out runs clear.
Rinse under cold water and continue squeezing out the suds.
Hang outside on a line, because these guys drip a LOT. If you can't put them out in the sun, devise a way to hang them over the ...
Gravity alone might not allow more dense stuffed animals to drain properly; squeeze the water down from the legs and out through the feet (or whatever is hanging ...
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