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    Washing PWC Cover?

    The cover for my 2004 RXP has some mildew where the yellow is. How do most people wash covers? I put my GPR cover in the washing machine and it ripped up all the logos and stitching. Don't want to do this to another cover.


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    I use the washing machine on the lightest setting... no issues for me.

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    What kind of washing machine?

    I would only use a large capacity front loading type of washing machine, never a top loading machine.

    Front loader can be very gentle if you use the right cycle.

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    Man, I put this in the wrong section. Anyways, thanks guys! It's a top loading washing machine.. If I don't have access to a front loading machine how can I have it cleaned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCharged67 View Post
    ... If I don't have access to a front loading machine how can I have it cleaned?
    Laundromat, or a friend with a nice big front loading washing machine

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    Take it to a car wash, put it on the ski and spray away.....just dont get to close with the nozzle.....

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    That's another good idea.. I have a pressure washer would that work?

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    Take it to a dry cleaners and show them what you want done. They will give you a cost...you can either leave it and pay them or leave and say no thanks.

    2nd option is go find a "newer" laundromat and use one their largest front loading washers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperCharged67 View Post
    That's another good idea.. I have a pressure washer would that work?
    Pressure washer will work just fine....


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    Seems like I got quite a few options. Seems like it's anything but using a top loading washing machine

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