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Washing a goose down quilt

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banned9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
errrrrr on the label it says wash as wool and tumble dry on hot, well i have followed all instructions and ive now got a quilt minus any feathers, has anybody washed one of these succesfully, as i have another to do :oops:
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banned9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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#1
'tumble dry on hot'

Im an idot but that doesn't sound right.
banned#2
GAVINLEWISHUKD
'tumble dry on hot'

Im an idot but that doesn't sound right.

oh cack will go check :w00t:

No definately says hot tumble dry
#3
well its wrong if thats what you did.

If it were me I would wash it as feathers (birds dont have wool) and shake it until dry (works for ducks!)

You wouldnt put a duck it the dryer would you!?:giggle:
banned#4
GAVINLEWISHUKD
well its wrong if thats what you did.

If it were me I would wash it as feathers (birds dont have wool) and shake it until dry (works for ducks!)

You wouldnt put a duck it the dryer would you!?:giggle:

No, nor would i in the washer but needs be :giggle:


P.s Its duck feather not goose, not that that makes any difference a bird is a bird after all, just different sizes :giggle:
banned#5
shake it until dry, jesus man its a king size quilt it would take me weeks, its heavy enough to lift never mind bleedin shake :w00t:
#6
Its how long it takes to pluck it and stuff it thats important.:whistling:

How do you like it! Cooked that is.:giggle:
banned#7
now your just being damn right naughty :w00t:
#8
What grilled, bbq'd, spit.......

I like it it finger lickin good. (chicken, know what u thinking)

hows this.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=79888&highlight=king+size
banned#9
i dont want to buy one, i havent had this one long :oops: will see what it comes out like when shaken up a bit :giggle: Now go do the dishes then you can go to bed you lucky so and so :-(
#10
"Now go do the dishes then you can go to bed"

WOW things move fast with you dont they!

When do I get my trousers back!:giggle:
banned#11
GAVINLEWISHUKD
"Now go do the dishes then you can go to bed"

WOW things move fast with you dont they!

When do I get my trousers back!:giggle:

:w00t: :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:
#12
Its light now, you could always go and collect a few of our feathered friends and make a new one!:w00t:

Wow it is morning the milkmans here, always wondered what time he delivered.:giggle:

Thats why the milk always tastes cr4p when I get it in about midday.:roll:
banned#13
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Its light now, you could always go and collect a few of our feathered friends and make a new one!:w00t:

Wow it is morning the milkmans here, always wondered what time he delivered.:giggle:

Thats why the milk always tastes cr4p when I get it in about midday.:roll:

yes, the birds are singing there bleedin heads off, little one aint woke again so hopefully he feel better when he wakes up, and i need a serious caffeine injection :-(
#14
Try a coffee its easier on the arm!:w00t:
banned#15
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Try a coffee its easier on the arm!:w00t:

I gave up caffeine months ago and ive only got de-caff :-( :-(
#16
Have a beer NO caffeine!:thumbsup:

Why, thought women were prepared for everything.:giggle:
banned#17
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Have a beer NO caffeine!:thumbsup:

Why, thought women were prepared for everything.:giggle:

Found a non-decaf cappuchino in the cupboard, see am i prepared :p
#18
Well I have tea, coffee, redbull and beer! (well carlsberg):p:p:p
banned#19
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well I have tea, coffee, redbull and beer! (well carlsberg):p:p:p

well hello mrs :giggle: :giggle:
#20
Well was going to bed over an hour ago. Nevermind!

So that it you staying up right through? Or can you catch some z's when they go to school or whatever.
banned#21
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well was going to bed over an hour ago. Nevermind!

So that it you staying up right through? Or can you catch some z's when they go to school or whatever.

Well it doesnt look like the little one will be going now, so i will be doing what us women do best, coping :giggle:
#22
sassie
Well it doesnt look like the little one will be going now, so i will be doing what us women do best, coping :giggle:


Coping, I thought it was washing the pots.:giggle:

"Morning" Mr Edi sir. (yes were dirty stopups)
banned#23
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Coping, I thought it was washing the pots.:giggle:
[COLOR="Red"]mans work[/COLOR]

"Morning" Mr Edi sir. (yes were dirty stopups)

[COLOR="red"]oi, speak for yaself[/COLOR] :p
#24
yes I know.

Right the sensible morning folk are logging on now so time for me to go now I think.

Good luck and try and get a few z's speak to you soon.
banned#25
Yeah you too ;-) thanks for keeping me company
#26
No worries, I got the good end of it, no sick!:giggle:

Sorry
banned#27
GAVINLEWISHUKD
No worries, I got the good end of it, no sick!:giggle:

Sorry

we cant have everything :p
#28
Right, take it to the wishy washy to get dried. Put it in the drier on low heat.
Then put 6-8 ping pong balls in. It will take a good 3 hours to dry.
Every 10 minutes, take it out and shake it.Make sure you put the ping pong balls on the top when you start drying again.
The ping pong balls bash on the sides and make the feathers loose.
Be prepared for a long wait.Take a mag to read.
Then when you get home, put it on the line to air.:thumbsup: :thumbsup:
You might need lots of caffine.
banned#29
Thanks for the info susan, but didnt have that time to spare, so just bunged it my dryer and realised early it seems flat because its the 4.5 tog not the 10.5 one :oops: but will remember your advice for next time
#30
Whenever i have tumbled anything with down or feathers, i chuck in a three tennis balls (new ones kept specially for the purpose) 'Cos they're slightly rough, they catch the fabric and agitate the feathers. For a duvet though, i would use the dryers in the laundrette. bit dearer than your domestic dryer, but still way cheaper than having it done in the dry-cleaners
#31
Come to my house you can sleep in my bed for free!
banned#32
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Come to my house you can sleep in my bed for free!

A bit late there mate :whistling:

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