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  1. #1
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    May 2010

    Cleaning Lifeline Jackets?

    A couple of mine fell into one of my sponsons and got that nasty black mildew on them. Any suggestions on how to get 'em cleaned up? Thanks...Al

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    You can spray them down heavily with either Spray & Wash, or a similar product, let it soak, then put the jacket in a high efficiency washing machine set on either "hand wash" or "delicate". That will do a really good job cleaning them up without damaging the jacket itself, since the high efficiency washers are more delicate, & the Spray & Wash doesn't contain bleach.

    Any of the products like "Shout, Spray & Wash, etc" will work great, just NOT anything with bleach like Clorox's version of Spray & Wash or anythign like that, or it will weaken the fabric as well as make spots.

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