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Old 09-12-2016, 01:01 PM   #15
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Maybe you should replace the mattress too.....just thinking

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Originally Posted by stevemoores View Post
So you just ran it though regular wash cycles or you soaked in Oxyclean first?
Using a front-loader, I ran multiple washes putting the OxyClean directly into the drum, and choosing settings most like a soak:
  • Delicate
  • Heavy Soil
  • Low Spin
  • Extra Soak
On my machine, that gave an hour-long wash with cold water where it would soak in the drum for a minute, get a few seconds of spin, then repeat for as long as possible. Probably ran it 4 times with generous helpings of OxyClean, and then a final wash with no detergent at all for a rinse (the OxyClean really foams up in an HE machine).

Laid it out by the pool to dry in the sun.

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Maybe you should replace the mattress too.....just thinking
Well, that was the very, very first thing I replaced!

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Old 09-13-2016, 08:08 AM   #17
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Thanks. I'll tell the wife
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That is a stylish looking coach!

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