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  1. Just thought i would go through the dog bag in the truck, sort out the rubbish that accumulates over time and give the assortment of rabbit fur, nylon floating and tri section a wash. So a quick wash setting and fast spin should sort out, 30 mins and job done. hang out to dry for a day or two back in the and all's good. NO i've now got to strip the washer out and get all the tiny bits of cork stuffing out of the washing machine that came out of one of the nylon floating dummy's. It's covered in it,,, 1lb of teeny weeny bits of cork now in the machine, and as it has excellent buoyancy it wont be a simple matter of a rinse and remove from the filters. 😠 Just be careful if you decide to wash your dummy's. Dogs just come back from a walk and Harley went straight into retrieve mod
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