Using Silky Sheets to Dry Spot

Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how can I use this to get the best spot drying? Any advice is welcome
08/18/2009
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Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
-bumps this up-
Anyone?
08/19/2009
Pumpkin Lady Pumpkin Lady
Hehe hokey pokey. That's sad, I've been wanting these. I hope you figure it out!
08/19/2009
Miss Cinnamon Miss Cinnamon
I haven't used this product myself, but I think it's the talc in the spray that dries wet spots. If you haven't tried it already, see if spraying from farther away works better than spraying up close. Other than that, I have no idea.
08/19/2009
Mrs. Sparks Mrs. Sparks
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
It's talc spray, so I'd say how well it works depends on how far back the can is. Too close and the particles are more wet. I guess the distance lets it evaporate a little? I don't know, but it does work for us.

I think the kind of sheets might affect it, too. We only use Silky Sheets now on our single-ply sheets. Hope this helps!
08/26/2009
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
I had a bit more success holding it further back. Do you notice a drastic difference in the -time- it takes to dry?
08/27/2009
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
Nope, same problem. The container doesn't say it does this. I think eden lied to us lol.
01/20/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
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Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
Nope, same problem. The container doesn't say it does this. I think eden lied to us lol.
It's not Eden, just everyone who has ever used it LOL
01/20/2010
Tera Tera
Hello from Classic Erotica!!! It does help dry a wet spot, but drying time depends on size/wetness of wet spot and type of sheets. You do want to hold it farther away from the spot so it's spraying on dry (too close and it'll be wet on contact). Try spraying a dry area to see the best distance to have it spray on dry. Then the talc will start absorbing the wetness. If it's a VERY wet, wet spot... try pressing a towel on it first to get some of the major wetness out and then spray with Silky Sheets Good luck!!!
02/22/2010
Adriana Ravenlust Adriana Ravenlust
Thanks for the reply. I hadn't thought about the type of sheets making a difference.
02/22/2010
Angel Angela Angel Angela
If you do spray it too up close to the wet spot it doesnt work as good.
03/12/2010
Airen Wolf Airen Wolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
You could try the hokey pokey...naked hokey pokey might bridge the time it takes for it to dry the wet spot?

03/14/2010
mysecretcollection mysecretcollection
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
I find that you have to spray it from a few feet, and slowly. I let it dry a little at a time before adding more, otherwise it does get clumpy.
09/15/2010
danellejohns danellejohns
Okay this has nothing really to do with the question being asked, so sorry about that. I have read all the reviews on this product because I am interested in giving it a try. But there are reviewers that had a lot of problems with it. And some that had a few problems but overall it was an alright product. Basically I am confused - was it that the product wasn't used properly, was it a bad batch, is it just a bad product, etc etc.

I suppose I will end up asking some questions on the reviews itself but thought maybe here would be a bit more appropriate since the thread was already in play.
01/25/2011
melianofvalinor9 melianofvalinor9
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
If it's really wet it won't help, I've found just damp works and thats with a medium amount of spraying but I still let it sit a few mins.
04/01/2011
VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
Maybe it all depends on how wet the bed is. lol Slightly wet = probably works. Not sure though, I've never tried it yet.
05/10/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
I have just done my review on this - I got the vanilla and am NOT impressed with the scent.
The vanilla only lasts seconds before a nasty chemical odour takes over - I'm guessing it's a butane or propane smell which I find very offensive!

It doesn't work on wet spots for me either. But I'm not too worried about that. But I would prefer it to keep a nice smell.

If there are any scents that don't have that horrid odour I'd be interested in trying it!
08/13/2011
Cutie1521 Cutie1521
I'm really excited to try this from what you all say it sounds like a pretty good product. I will definitely keep in mind to spray from a distance. Thank you!
11/30/2011
MamaDivine MamaDivine
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
You're more than likely using too much Adriana. I would say just try using a quick squirt of it. Either that, or you may be using it too close to the sheets/wet spot. If you use it too closely, the jet stream from the nozzle will concentrate all in one area, leaving it wet.....if you pull back moreso, it has a chance to kind of "spread out" with the stream and not be so concentrated in that specific area. If that makes sense?
01/08/2012
Hallmar82 Hallmar82
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
I've used Silky Sheets for a while now, and I've never seen it prevent or absorb wet spots. Sorry.
03/14/2012
Lavender420 Lavender420
Haven't had the issue but we use silk sheets as well, and the wet spots seem to dry right up.
03/31/2012
pink chains pink chains
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Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
-bumps this up-
Anyone?
less is more with this!
09/07/2012
pink chains pink chains
Quote:
Originally posted by Adriana Ravenlust
I know a lot of people say that Silky Sheets works well to dry wet spots but.. I haven't had any luck with this at all. If anything, it only seems to make it worse! Maybe I am using too much? Too little? Not doing the hokey pokey?

So how ... More
less is more with this
09/07/2012
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