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Discussion in 'Nevermore' started by mReEtTaIlRsEkD, Oct 23, 2007.

  1. mReEtTaIlRsEkD

    mReEtTaIlRsEkD New Metal Member

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    so i have this blanket washing problem. everytime i wash the fucker about 30% doesn't get touched by water. anybody encounter and solve this?

    my only idea is to do it in two or three washs.
     
  2. teredd

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    Stain-out or pre-wash those jiz areas.
     
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  4. mReEtTaIlRsEkD

    mReEtTaIlRsEkD New Metal Member

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    i consume my cum. thx.
     
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    mReEtTaIlRsEkD New Metal Member

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    that's just stupid.
     
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    mReEtTaIlRsEkD New Metal Member

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    oo! i think perm. press was the ticket.
     
  8. Kellan

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    Don't wash it with anything else, put the water level setting on the washer on the highest setting it has, or take it to a dry cleaner.
    Other than that, I got nothin.
     
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    Wash it in your bathtub, and then stick it right in the dryer.

    The weight of the water won't break your dryer or anything like that.
     
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    I do what Kellan does - put it in by itself, set the water level all the way up, permanent press, and do it at the laundromat (they got those nice huge washers). It's more expensive, but I don't care, so why the hell should you?
     
  11. mReEtTaIlRsEkD

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    yeah i might just take it to the laundromat next time. it's just a hassle without a vehicle. and the washer i'm using is one of the smaller laundromat ones, so i can't just fill it with water.
     
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    You've played GTA right? Just do in real life what you'd do in that game.

    Steal a nice car, throw the previous owner out, find the one and only station that plays metal, go on a rampage, avoid the cops by pressing random buttons, and bingo, you'll be at the laundromat.
     
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    I wash it by itself in a high water level, on heavy duty. Make sure to Pre-treat any visible stains.
     
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    The stains on his sheets aren't visible... just sticky and crusty.
     
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    What Kellan said about the laundry mat would be easier. It sounds like you just have a low capacity washer. Sometimes even if it does fit, it knocks the washer out of alignment and your washer threatens to walk away on you lol.
     
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    The tub will be a good option yes, but I advise centrifuging it in your washer first, otherwise the dryer will leak like the Hells, and it'll take seven times as long to get dry (without mentioning that it'll shrink your blanket to the size of a tissue).
     
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    I bought a nice big heavy duty washer. I love the thing.
     
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    I work at a dry cleaners, i'd get it for free!
     

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