How do I clean my hood/coat/throw?

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  • Stephanie miranda

    What about throws? Too big for a sink. Is a washing machine okay?

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  • Kalani Lyon

    I would also like to know if the throws/blanket can be washed in washing machine. To buy a blanket that is this expensive, I want to be able to wash it.

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  • Elliot L Amos

    I agree, what about the throws? Especially the large ones.

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  • Jeanmarie Lerner

    I couldn't wash my coat in the bathtub, so I put it in the washing machine (front loader) on a gentle cycle, using cold water only. Once the spin cycle was done, I hung it up in a well ventilated room and let it air dry. It took 2 days... once it was dry, I simply gave it a little shake, and it was clean and fluffy as the day I purchased it.  Remember: heat is bad for acrylic fibers! So no hot water / no dryer.

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  • Stephanie Hillary

    So our daughter’s spirit hood accidentally ended up in the dryer after camping, and the fur got messed up, it’s all frizzy now, is there any way to save it?

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  • Jillian Arrowsmith

    Why can't I see answers for anyone? I have a big throw and need to wash it. I'm guessing that putting it in the washing machine on gentle cycle with cold water would be okay, but am I okay using normal detergent? Or do I need to use like Woolite or something?

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