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Discussion in 'Detailing' started by sidibear, Nov 9, 2012.

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    How do I get it fluffy again?

    Gave it a quick wash, low temp no cleaner and a quick spin, ,hung up to dry, and now its not as fluffy as it was before I started and feels a bit stringy.
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    What did you wash it with?
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    Just water, bunged it in the machine without any detergent or conditioners.
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    It might still be dirty, ideally you need to be washing all microfibres in a non biological washing liquid with no conditioner.

    Let them dry naturally and not in a radiator
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    Thanks Jen.

    You know you can't trust a bloke with washing stuff :laugh:
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