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Old 08-13-2007, 04:07 PM   #1
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whats the best way to wash or clean a mesh jacket and some mesh gloves?
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soap and water.. with a toothbrush.. let dry and frebreeze it for smell..
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I JUST THROW IT IN THE WASHING MACHINE WITH A LITTLE OF DARK-CLOTHES FABRIC SOFTNER. THAT WORKS JUST FINE FOR ME, BUT THEN AGAIN MY JACKET AND GLOVES GET HARDLY REALLY DIRTY.
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i threw mine in the washing machine. screw the labels. came out clean as could be.
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i threw mine in the washing machine. screw the labels. came out clean as could be.
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remove protective pads before you put them in!
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I JUST THROW IT IN THE WASHING MACHINE WITH A LITTLE OF DARK-CLOTHES FABRIC SOFTNER. THAT WORKS JUST FINE FOR ME, BUT THEN AGAIN MY JACKET AND GLOVES GET HARDLY REALLY DIRTY.
i try putting my jacket in the washer but after 2 or 3 time my jacket started to follow apart not sure why...it not bad but like lil here n there starting to come off. I got an I-con jacket.


So anybody know any new way to clean ur jacket wit out the hard work...i'm lazy....
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washing machine, remove pads, thats what I did. Put the machine on the hand wash cycle.
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