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Tips for wiping down a non washable jacket

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As above got a leather (well fake leather lol) jacket and its starting to chuck up a bit inside the jacket, i no on the tag it says it cant be washed in the machine, it only says wipe down (like with … Read More
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
As above got a leather (well fake leather lol) jacket and its starting to chuck up a bit inside the jacket, i no on the tag it says it cant be washed in the machine, it only says wipe down (like with a sponge etc) but does anyone no what liquid i can use to wipe it down with

would febreeze be ok or maybe some warm water and the same liquid i would put in the machine (didnt bother asking the missus - as i told her i new what i was doing and i dont :(
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8y, 11m agoPosted 8 years, 11 months ago
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put a little washing up liquid in the warm water (and i mean a little ..a drop about half the size of a 5p!!). wipe down the jacket, leave it to air( turn inside out and hang on coathanger) when its dry, use febreeze

Good luck....hope u smell/feel fresh soon!!!!!!
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Cheers for that added u some rep
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I find the best things are baby wipes! the cleaning agents within in them shift a lot of dirt and grime and you can always dampen them a lil more if theyre not wet enough :)
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i should of added its not the outside thats dirty more the inside it has one of those insides that seems to make me sweat etc lol sorry :(
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I'm assuming it's more smelly then dirty?

Might be an idea to sprinkle some bicarbonate of soda in the pockets ( make sure the pockets are dry) then leave overnight and hoover it all up.

Then spray the rest of it with Febreeze.

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