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AZ.MTNS said:
Yes , air dry .
Thanks, of course air dry all the way, only reason im washing it is because im going to Corpus Christi this weekend and don't want to get dirt in my car
 

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I've washed mine maybe once in 3 years and only because I got went otb and skidded into some horse sh*t on my back. Put it in the sink with a tiny amount of detergent and then hand washed it. Rinsed it well and air dryed. Easy enough.
 

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what I meant was washing in the washing machine, it worked out fine.
 

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In a top loader, you've got to watch out that straps don't get stuck under the moving parts. Dumping the pack into a big mesh laundry bag first is a good idea.
 

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womble said:
In a top loader, you've got to watch out that straps don't get stuck under the moving parts. Dumping the pack into a big mesh laundry bag first is a good idea.
yup stuck a bunch a clothes under the pack and made sure all the straps were mostly tied down
 

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put it in a pillow case. thats how i wash my mule.
 

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LaLD said:
put it in a pillow case. thats how i wash my mule.
ill do this next time, dont want to risk it
 

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Yeah a laundry bag is the preferred method if you're going to use the washing machine. With that said I don't think the washing machine does a much better job than hand washing.
 
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