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the new wash bag

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by kathryn773, Sep 7, 2013.


  1. kathryn773

    kathryn773 PetForums VIP

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    been reading reviews and comments and purchased a wash bag to put hairy stuff in when washing them. (keeps machine hair free - it is claimed)

    as i was putting the settee throws in it, bless him, bobby tried to get into it too!

    machine is washing.........

    a bit excited... how sad!:crying:
     
  2. MCWillow

    MCWillow PetForums VIP

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    Doesnt the hair then just stay on whatever is in the bag?

    I use these, they do help, as they are always covered after a wash, or a drying session!

    Ecozone Lint Fluff and Hair Catchers
     
  3. kathryn773

    kathryn773 PetForums VIP

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    its supposed to be in the bag, but not on stuff... all will be revealed...

    if its not worked - thanks for the next idea :smile5:
     
  4. CavalierOwner

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    I have one of these bags for dog bedding, works great! When the washing has finished I usually turn the bag inside out and shake the hair off.
     
  5. kathryn773

    kathryn773 PetForums VIP

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    and is the dog bedding hair free too?
     
  6. simplysardonic

    simplysardonic Moderator
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    I've never heard of either the bags or the balls, but I totally need these in my life! Thanks :)
     
  7. CavalierOwner

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    I wouldn't say it's completely hair free but most will be off, obviously with their bedding being fleecy hair sticks into the material! I give the bedding a shake before hanging it out to dry.
     
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    kathryn773 PetForums VIP

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    NO HAIRS IN THE WASHING MACHINE!!!

    that saves the empty load wash.

    the fleeces are still hairy, but they're clean hairs :p - lots flew off in the post wash shake.
     
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