How do you wash your liberator pieces?

callsignhusker callsignhusker
I'm just curious how you care for these products.
04/08/2012
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underHim underHim
The covers come off and you wash them from what I understand. I think you can spot clean the inner parts? It does not specify that on the website that I could find. Probably not a great idea for those of us who are really wet in bed, unless the cover is really waterproof and protects the insides really well.
04/08/2012
OhMy! OhMy!
Just wash the outer parts in a garment bag, or the larger items directly in a gentle cycle in the washer. The inner parts can be spot cleaned, but usually don't need much.
04/08/2012
married with children married with children
I take the covers off and wash them in our washing machine. Have not had any problems yet.
04/10/2012
BBW Talks Toys BBW Talks Toys
You can, if there are serious spills, take the nylon liner off and wash it, but your leave your foam vulnerable to getting dirty while they're being laundered. Usually washing the microfiber is all you need to do.

Cold water, alone or with like colors, and tumble dry on low heat if you don't line dry it.

do not bleach
do not iron
04/10/2012
Nora Nora
Zip off the cover and toss it in the washer/dryer! If the interior gets dirty (because we just can't wait for the cover to dry), A damp, soapy rag followed by just a damp one and it's good to go again. They really are easy to keep clean though.
04/11/2012
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