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02-07-2013, 07:44 PM
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Cleaning your Habs jerseys

Curious is dry cleaning the best? I took one of them to a dry cleaners and they mentioned that they wouldn't be responsible for the colors running. The 1st thing that went through my head was NOTHING Habs run but nevertheless is dry cleaning the best way?

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These colours don't run.

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Already thought that

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These colours don't run.
Very good PtH song.


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I have a replica centennial jersey that I just washed the other day for the first time. Put it in on gentle cycle and then hung it to dry. No problems.

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I have a replica centennial jersey that I just washed the other day for the first time. Put it in on gentle cycle and then hung it to dry. No problems.
I figured a washing machine would chew the crest or at least permanently wrinkle it

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Very good PtH song.
No such thing.

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Long as it's gentle cycle it'll be fine.

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I figured a washing machine would chew the crest or at least permanently wrinkle it
Maybe if you have a lower quality replica it might be a concern but as long as it's a good quality jersey I think you'll be okay.

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ok great, thanks guys...one last question, do you guys think I could put in 4 or 5 jerseys at the same time? lol
stupid assed questions but still curious

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ok great, thanks guys...one last question, do you guys think I could put in 4 or 5 jerseys at the same time? lol
stupid assed questions but still curious
Bachelor I relate. Stick 'em all in. Saves water and time

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Gentle cycle, tumble dry for DD jerseys.

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Good thread. My jersey is bleu - couleur de tache de café sale - rouge. It never occured to me that I could just stick it in the washing machine.

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I got a couple of coke stains on my white jersey, Was quite upset because I was trying to be careful and still got it stained.

Anyways, I rubbed both stains with oxy-clean gel and then threw the jersey alone in the washer on gentle cycle and it came out good as new!!

I love my Markov jersey... not to thrilled with the fight strap though.

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I got a couple of coke stains on my white jersey, Was quite upset because I was trying to be careful and still got it stained.

Anyways, I rubbed both stains with oxy-clean gel and then threw the jersey alone in the washer on gentle cycle and it came out good as new!!

I love my Markov jersey... not to thrilled with the fight strap though.
very cool good to know...I have a Kovalev jersey with a fighting strap in it..never worn it but I'm sure it would be uncomfortable

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