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washing uggs in a washing machine?!

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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
Has anyone ever put their genuine uggs in the washing machine? The website says not to :-( The inside sole of mine are getting flat and not as fluffy as before but I don't know how to clean them! Any tips?!
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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#1
I wouldnt have thought you could put sheepskin in the washing machine can you? interested as mine also need washing.
#3
WE HAD SHEEPSKIN RUG WHEN I WAS LITTLE, Dad washed in machine was never same afterwards
banned#4
you can get new insoles for certain types, do yours come out? heres a list

* Adirondack Boot II (5469)
* Adirondack Tall (5498)
* Bandon (5497)
* Nightfall (5359)
* Rink (5570)
* Summit (5571)
* Sunburst Tall (5218)
* Sundance Short (5343)
* Sundance II (5325)
* Ultimate Cuff (5273)
* Ultimate Short (5275)
* Ultimate Tall II (5238)
* Ultimate Toggle (5250)
* Ultra Short (5225)
* Ultra Tall (5245)
#5
just looked at the cleaning kits on ebay, they're not cheap.
#6
I stuck mine in the machine only last week. I know your'e not meant to but quite frankly mine were hanging - particularly inside as you mentioned in the OP. I put them on a 30 deg. easy care wash (no spin etc and added a small amount of liquid to the wash) and hung them over the radiator (on a low heat) to dry - took a day or so. Once dry I brushed the suede with a suede brush and sprayed them again with suede protector and i've gotta say they look amazing - i'm surprised at just how well they have come out. The sheepskin inside looks as good as new - brighter and fluffier! Obviously i'm not telling you to do the same but this is exactly what I have done with my genuine uggs and it has worked a treat. Good luck if you decide to try :)
#7
WonderWoman
I stuck mine in the machine only last week. I know your'e not meant to but quite frankly mine were hanging - particularly inside as you mentioned in the OP. I put them on a 30 deg. easy care wash (no spin etc and added a small amount of liquid to the wash) and hung them over the radiator (on a low heat) to dry - took a day or so. Once dry I brushed the suede with a suede brush and sprayed them again with suede protector and i've gotta say they look amazing - i'm surprised at just how well they have come out. The sheepskin inside looks as good as new - brighter and fluffier! Obviously i'm not telling you to do the same but this is exactly what I have done with my genuine uggs and it has worked a treat. Good luck if you decide to try :)

I'm really tempted! I'll be gutted if they die though, they were £200! I don't know what to do!! :'(
[mod]#8
Buy some insoles. :D
#9
Syzable
Buy some insoles. :D

Insoles?! No way, I want my comfy sheepskin back!! :'(
#10
i stick mine in on a wool wash and are fine
[mod]#11
I have to say........i have never seen a sheep shrink in the rain. :{
#12
baffledsalmon
Syzable
Buy some insoles. :D
Insoles?! No way, I want my comfy sheepskin back!! :'(

they're sheepskin insoles
#13
baffledsalmon
WonderWoman
I stuck mine in the machine only last week. I know your'e not meant to but quite frankly mine were hanging - particularly inside as you mentioned in the OP. I put them on a 30 deg. easy care wash (no spin etc and added a small amount of liquid to the wash) and hung them over the radiator (on a low heat) to dry - took a day or so. Once dry I brushed the suede with a suede brush and sprayed them again with suede protector and i've gotta say they look amazing - i'm surprised at just how well they have come out. The sheepskin inside looks as good as new - brighter and fluffier! Obviously i'm not telling you to do the same but this is exactly what I have done with my genuine uggs and it has worked a treat. Good luck if you decide to try :)


I'm really tempted! I'll be gutted if they die though, they were £200! I don't know what to do!! :'(

Yeah, I know what you mean, mine were around half the price of yours (had a really good deal on them) but I was still really worried about doing it. Like I said the only reason I ended up bunging them in really was because they looked soo awful as I tend to wear them to death. Another thing I forgot to mention is that whilst they were drying I stuffed them with newspaper so they kept there shape - they've gone back to how they were too! I couldn't really think of any other way to get them clean properly.
#14
WonderWoman
baffledsalmon
WonderWoman
I stuck mine in the machine only last week. I know your'e not meant to but quite frankly mine were hanging - particularly inside as you mentioned in the OP. I put them on a 30 deg. easy care wash (no spin etc and added a small amount of liquid to the wash) and hung them over the radiator (on a low heat) to dry - took a day or so. Once dry I brushed the suede with a suede brush and sprayed them again with suede protector and i've gotta say they look amazing - i'm surprised at just how well they have come out. The sheepskin inside looks as good as new - brighter and fluffier! Obviously i'm not telling you to do the same but this is exactly what I have done with my genuine uggs and it has worked a treat. Good luck if you decide to try :)
I'm really tempted! I'll be gutted if they die though, they were £200! I don't know what to do!! :'(
Yeah, I know what you mean, mine were around half the price of yours (had a really good deal on them) but I was still really worried about doing it. Like I said the only reason I ended up bunging them in really was because they looked soo awful as I tend to wear them to death. Another thing I forgot to mention is that whilst they were drying I stuffed them with newspaper so they kept there shape - they've gone back to how they were too! I couldn't really think of any other way to get them clean properly.

Thanks! I'm going to try it... Will be sat by the washing machine crying the whole way through the cycle! Haha!
#15
just put them on a wool wash they will be fine
#16
baffledsalmon
WonderWoman
baffledsalmon
WonderWoman
I stuck mine in the machine only last week. I know your'e not meant to but quite frankly mine were hanging - particularly inside as you mentioned in the OP. I put them on a 30 deg. easy care wash (no spin etc and added a small amount of liquid to the wash) and hung them over the radiator (on a low heat) to dry - took a day or so. Once dry I brushed the suede with a suede brush and sprayed them again with suede protector and i've gotta say they look amazing - i'm surprised at just how well they have come out. The sheepskin inside looks as good as new - brighter and fluffier! Obviously i'm not telling you to do the same but this is exactly what I have done with my genuine uggs and it has worked a treat. Good luck if you decide to try :)
I'm really tempted! I'll be gutted if they die though, they were £200! I don't know what to do!! :'(
Yeah, I know what you mean, mine were around half the price of yours (had a really good deal on them) but I was still really worried about doing it. Like I said the only reason I ended up bunging them in really was because they looked soo awful as I tend to wear them to death. Another thing I forgot to mention is that whilst they were drying I stuffed them with newspaper so they kept there shape - they've gone back to how they were too! I couldn't really think of any other way to get them clean properly.


Thanks! I'm going to try it... Will be sat by the washing machine crying the whole way through the cycle! Haha!

Lol, i'm sure they will be fine. Good luck ;)
[mod]#17
baffledsalmon


Thanks! I'm going to try it... Will be sat by the washing machine crying the whole way through the cycle! Haha!


lol........don't forget pics of the tears in the pics thread. X)
#18
let me know how it goes i may do mine.
banned#19
Can't you afford a new pair?oO
#20
can you get them dry cleaned?
#21
ilovepink
can you get them dry cleaned?
dunno but they are prob on their final spin now
1 Like #22
dont...i did it and ruined them, i put them on the lowest and quickest cycle, they came out with a srt of burn stain, toatally ruined, i had the sand ones
1 Like #23
They were fine! I have the grey ones so maybe it's because they're darker! The inside has gone a bit curly but it's still soft and not clumpy or anything! I've stuffed them with newspaper and now they're drying!
#24
baffledsalmon
They were fine! I have the grey ones so maybe it's because they're darker! The inside has gone a bit curly but it's still soft and not clumpy or anything! I've stuffed them with newspaper and now they're drying!
told u :)
#25
edjaned
baffledsalmon
They were fine! I have the grey ones so maybe it's because they're darker! The inside has gone a bit curly but it's still soft and not clumpy or anything! I've stuffed them with newspaper and now they're drying!
told u :)

Thanks for convincing me... Unless I put them on and they fall apart ;-)
#26
Syzable
I have to say........i have never seen a sheep shrink in the rain. :{


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