101 things you can do with Soak | 006 Giving well loved teddies a bathPosted: 16/03/2010 Filed under: Uses for Soak | Tags: 101, hand washing, shoes, soak wash, teddy 2 Comments
If you have kids, then you can understand the adventures that a well loved teddy bear goes through. And Mr. Teddy sure attracts some dirt, stains, and other battle scars along the way. Now those teddies COULD be thrown in to a washing machine, however, I along with many of our customers opt to use Soak instead.
Now I will never forget the time my mom threw my beloved Jesse bear in the washing machine, and he came out with not just one, but both of his arms missing. This was a very traumatic experience that could have been avoided if only we had Soak back in the day. 18 years later, Jesse bear still has the stitches from this accident.
Take a look at these pictures that one of our loyal customers has submitted of her daughter giving Teddy a bath.
“My daughter’s teddy is on his last legs (too fragile for the washer) but at the same time is extremely filthy – yuck!! Teddy has had his bath and he looks great – no damage!”
Just fill a basin with water. Add some Soak. Leave Mr. Teddy in there for 15 mins. Maybe give him some privacy if he’s shy. Squeeze out as much water as you can and then squeeze between a towel. Then leave him on a drying rack to completely dry.
It’s so simple that your son or daughter could do it!
Wow I love this stuff, it’s so easy to use and EVERYTHING comes out clean, and smells amazing!
I can’t wait to see what else I can wash with this stuff!
This is a great idea! I usually use soak for my silks and laces but I’ll have to try it on my son’s stuffed animals.