How do you wash stuffed animals?

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You can safely wash stuffed animals with mild soap and warm water. Place stuffed animal in washer with a cap full of mild soap. Put washer on gentle. All will be fine.
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1. Do a bit of damage control. Apply a tiny bit of laundry detergent to a wet scrub brush. Attempt to spot-clean the stuffed animal. 2. If the stuffed animal is still dirty, place
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1. Use a spray bottle to lightly spray a small section of the stuffed animal with ammonia till the surface is slightly damp. Ad. 2. Rub the damp section with a white or light colored
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No matter how cute and cuddly those stuffed animals at home are, they are still vulnerable to dirt. Worse, they can house bacteria and germs that can provide certain illnes
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Build-A-Bear also makes a spray-on stuffed animal cleaner. Don't think it works as well as the washer machine but if you are afraid to put them in the machine you could try it.
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How to Wash a Stuffed Animal
Stuffed animals are often a child's first best friend. They are there through sick days, scary nights and everything in between. Unfortunately, these furry friends can pick up a lot of grime during their adventures with little ones. A simple wipe down... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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