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Old 10-16-2012, 10:22 AM   #71
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Old 11-07-2012, 02:59 PM   #72
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Amanda, I cannot BELIEVE you haven't posted a photo of all your clean woolies. I want to see how nice and new they look!
I still didn't see any pictures! And now all of your woolies are moving out!

I am going to try washing my son's dirtied up, played in blue interlock pants in the toploader. Guess they need to go in with other wool and not be washed with the regular laundry and Tide...
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Old 11-07-2012, 03:23 PM   #73
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I've never done a "wash" in my washer, but I have thrown sink washed woolies in on the spin cycle to reduce the drying time
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I still didn't see any pictures! And now all of your woolies are moving out!

I am going to try washing my son's dirtied up, played in blue interlock pants in the toploader. Guess they need to go in with other wool and not be washed with the regular laundry and Tide...
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I still didn't see any pictures! And now all of your woolies are moving out!

I am going to try washing my son's dirtied up, played in blue interlock pants in the toploader. Guess they need to go in with other wool and not be washed with the regular laundry and Tide...
I wash all of my interlock with regular laundry on gentle cycle with tide
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I don't want them to shrink, or fall apart. However, I do want them not to look dirty! I sink washed them, but they are stained and my kid looks like a ragamuffin.
Will the lanolin in my wool wash and in the spray that I use on the wetzone, get on my real clothes?
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I don't want them to shrink, or fall apart. However, I do want them not to look dirty! I sink washed them, but they are stained and my kid looks like a ragamuffin.
Will the lanolin in my wool wash and in the spray that I use on the wetzone, get on my real clothes?
lol i have had no problems with shrinkage or falling apart. i use lanolin spray and i havent notice any affect on the other clothes so if its getting on them i cant tell
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lol i have had no problems with shrinkage or falling apart. i use lanolin spray and i havent notice any affect on the other clothes so if its getting on them i cant tell
What kind of lanolin spray do you use?
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What kind of lanolin spray do you use?
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