The Washing of Kanga
Note: For instructions on how to wash your plush properly, go to Capt Packrat's What is a plushie?.
The "Before" picture, although the bucket is portent of what is to
After washing, using a small amount of detergent mixed in a bucket of
After rinsing, using cold water. Bear in mind that I had the
Australian summer to help me dry her.
...And Drying. I had to stagger the drying out over two days of
unsettled wheather. Her tail took the longest to dry, hence this
undignified position. I confess I also used a hair dryer to help the
process along even though you're not supposed to. I kept it on a lower
setting and didn't focus the heat on any one area for too long.
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Back to the Kangaroos!
The finished product! You probably can't see much difference, but her
fur feels much softer now.