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post #31 of 37

I have always dried the garment on high heat first, then sprayed on a "made for breathable fabric" waterproof spray.

 

I would like to change things up as per the video but I don't think spraying my damp jacket in the laundromat would go over too well.

post #32 of 37
^It's been a few years since I was in a laundromat, but if past history is any indicator, that would be significantly less weird than a lot of things I've seen in laundromats, especially after 9pm.
post #33 of 37

Yeah, seriously, at night laundromats can be like Repro Man's car. Do it at night and you'll fit right in...

post #34 of 37
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Arc'teryx probably knows, and Arc'teryx sez:


Ok, I set up my W&D in the forest behind my house.  Kind of expensive to run plumbing out there but I want to get this right.

 

I've followed Arcteryx's washing instructions this past year with great results.  For grease stains, spot treat with a recommended cleaning agent and let sit around for a bit before washing. 

post #35 of 37
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Originally Posted by Bob Lee View Post

Arc'teryx probably knows, and Arc'teryx sez:


Ok, I set up my W&D in the forest behind my house.  Kind of expensive to run plumbing out there but I want to get this right.

 

You should get good results...as long as you're wearing your red Arc'teryx T-shirt.

 

:D

post #36 of 37

I didn't know about keeping the pockets open for the wash. Good info. Thanks!

post #37 of 37
I also do just like the video by arcteryx!
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