Can you wash dustcovers?

mymeimei02

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I had a major accident in my closet fortunately this was the one time I was too lazy to put my actual LV purses in the closet:sweatdrop: but unfornuately I left my dustbags with receipts, tags etc.. in there:crybaby:. I forgot to throw out an old jar of water desiccator (silica crystals that absorbs water and humidity) and it leaks all over the shelf where I usually store my LV bags. So all my dustcovers got soaked with this liquid. Can I wash it and if so how? :confused1:
 

Rockysmom

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I just cleaned mine. I handwashed it with some liquid soap. Then will probably iron it since it has wrinkles. I didn't want to throw it in the dryer thinking it might shrink.
 

chloestar

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Yes u can :smile:
Just hand wash them with some light soap etc and flat dry them. (Don't put them in the washer/dryer).
 

mymeimei02

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Oh thank you so much everyone :winkiss: I flet that I ruined them there was 3 total dustbags that were completely soaked with this liquid. I hand washed them last night and air dried them. Hopefully I can iron out the wrinkles.
 

fettfleck

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I washed one dustbag with the washing machine. No problems after that. Is the easiest way. I mean if something happend, it's just a dustbag. But do avoid the dryer!
 

heychar

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So glad for you that it was the dust covers and not your bags that got this liquid on them, I do believe they are washable but def not for the dryer!
 

Fippie

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I washed a dust cover in the washing machine on the reg. cycle. Then I just hung it to dry. It came out fine.
 

_Shelly_

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I've never had to wash my dustcovers, and I'm sorry about what happened to yours. However, glad to hear your bags were nowhere near the liquid!