Washing a down feather bed

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      I've washed a down ONCE. I stress once
      only because it took forever to dry. If you
      have excess to a large front loader all the
      better, you'll need low or non-sudsing

      If you prefer a 'soap' make
      sure it is non-sudsing. Wash using cold
      or warm water. Line dry…go out and hand
      fluff the feathers every couple of hours.
      OR you can hand wash it in your bathtub
      if you have strong hands to push the water
      out of the comforter, don't wring it out just
      push the water out.
      My great grandmother, Rose Johnson, used followingmethod…she removed the feathers from their casinginto the bathtub.

      Washing the covering in a machine and washing the loose feathers in the bathtub.

      On Thu, Feb 28, 2008 at 11:00 PM, richlorimark <richlorimark@yahoo.com> wrote:

      I have a king size down feather bed that my dog used as his urinal.Does
      anyone know if I can wash it?

      I would have to bring it to the laundromat because it will not fit in
      my washer.It was very expensive and I don't want to ruin it but I also
      don't want to sleep on pee.
      Thanks for any help,Lori

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