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Trainers in the washing machine?!

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Jackson, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Jackson

    Jackson 12oz Veteran Member

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    Trainers in the washing machine?!

    Discussion started by Jackson - Mar 8, 2005

    Should I do it? Will it work? Will they die?
    They are canvas nike vandals, will they come out clean and not smelly any more?
    Wearable for tomorrow?
    Cheers!

    BTW ratatat are amazing, just listening to a few chunes.
     
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  2. Kr430n5_666

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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    i am satisfied with my efforts.
     
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  3. fatbastard

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    fatbastard - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    I've done this a lot...Its fine and works relatively well with shoes you've thrashed.

    Just make sure you do it on a cold wash as opposed to warm and use liquid as opposed to powdered detergent.

    You'll be rocking shiny new kicks in no time.
     
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    IzacFour - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes.
     
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  5. Jackson

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    Jackson - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Fan-fucking-tastic
     
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    GoD5eNt - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Always...
     
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  7. Jackson

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    Jackson - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Ok, theey be spinning around.
    This is going to be fun.
    Next step newspaper stuffing?
     
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    dr.testical - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    if you feel like loosing your ankle support or whatever that kinda crap is called. the shoe wont be the same, its not a t shirt.,
     
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    Jackson - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Don't say that now!
    Damnnnnnnn
     
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  10. sneak

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    sneak - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    shove them in a pillow case next time..
    to dry, chuck them on the radiator, toes in between the wall if you get me.
     
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    GoD5eNt - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Put them in the microwave, unless they are made of aluminum, like mine.
     
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    Zack Morris - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    i always put my shoes in a pillow case then shut the pillowcase in the dryer door when I dry em...keeps those fuckers from clunking around....or just when you throw them int eh dryer leave and save yourself from the annoyance.
     
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    ASER1NE - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    i throw my shoes in the washer all the time , i stuff socks into them first so the dont get all bent outta shape and only throw them in with a few items , usually just one smaller sized towel . and then dry them on a heat vent upside down (take the socks out)
     
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    postmodernism - Replied Mar 8, 2005

    Tooth brush it
     
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    imported_b0b - Replied Mar 9, 2005

    Usually it fucks the air bubble in my Nikes. then I have to walk round with a puncture and that little hissing sound