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Liverpool Hitachi Home shirt - 1979-82 - How do i wash it?

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This was a hand me down from my Nan in the early nineties, being a United fan i never wore it. That was until i wore it in 2003 for NY Eve when i wore an over-sized black afro novelty wig and went ou… Read More
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
This was a hand me down from my Nan in the early nineties, being a United fan i never wore it. That was until i wore it in 2003 for NY Eve when i wore an over-sized black afro novelty wig and went out as a scouser tash and all!

As a result i got it covered in crap and before that it was mint, i then was told about a month after it would be worth a few quid!

What is the best way to wash this without damaging the vinyl stickers on the front. Should i get it specialist cleaned i.e Dry cleaned?

It 100% nylon and 100% cotton outter ( I assume they mean the cuffs and neck ) Its says hand wash warm but i dont want to risk it!
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#2
The best way to wash it is to give it to me!
#3
40 degrees should be fine no?
#4
burn it :P

EDIT: if it is a family hand me down, shouldn't you keep it to pass it on?

Edited By: asayer on Feb 23, 2011 20:48
1 Like #5
Clean the car with it!
#6
washing machine on 30degrees the most delicate program then dry over a radiator or airer

imo less stressful than handwashing

Edited By: plumberman01 on Feb 23, 2011 21:10
#7
Always useful should you run out of toilet roll.
#8
Would imagine it would wash the same as any other shirt. But if you're worried get it dry cleaned so you don't ruin it.
#9
Use it as bog roll and then burn it.

Couldn't you have worn an Everton shirt?

I'd rather die.

Edited By: shauneco on Feb 23, 2011 21:43
#10
yawn... predictable poor taunts.

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