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washing a gun bag

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by jme99s, Sep 30, 2014.

  1. jme99s

    jme99s Donator

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    Hi all I need to wash my gun bag is it ok to stick in the washing machine??

    Cheers
     
  2. Stevie Darling

    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Stick in the bath with some hot water and cup of washing powder for about an hour.

    Rinse then hang to dry, one thing I have never washed:)
     
  3. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    why ??????
     
  4. jme99s

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    it's dirty, smells of teak oil and paint
     
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    it's dirty, smells of teak oil and paint
     
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    Stick it in the washing machine on a very cool wash
     
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    +1 for hand wash it in the bath
    Atb
     
  8. NorfolkDave

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    I've done one in the washing machine before. I had a rifle mailed to me one in that looked like a dog had puked on it. Came up lovely, touch of distemper though.

    Don't take the above to be a garuntee, and remove the rifle first.

    Dave
     
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    Sound advice :D

    I would do it in the bath personally, like I do with my rucksacks.
     
  10. That hurts

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    In the bath for sure ... lining and any padding could be permanently damaged by action of Zanussi !!!
     
  11. wizard1963uk

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    lay it out in the garden have a bucket of washing powder and scrub with a broom then dry
     
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    As some of the above have said but make sure it is 100% dry before use.
     
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    Damn good point that man.
     
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    washing machine cool wash
     
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    Thanks for all the advice I've got two gun bags and they could both do with a good wash they are equally dirty I will put one in the wash and other I'll hand wash will let you all know which one washes better later thanks
     
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    Perhaps you could get some cheezy celeb come along and help with the comparison, a bit like a well known doorstep challenge?

    Dave
     
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    Is it bad that I don't know what that challenge is lol
     
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    Send it to Pete (gantongunner), it will come out pristine next time he has a shower.
     
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    Try Cillit Bang.......sounds as if it's made for Airgunners :D
     
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    Hand wash complete the bath water was like a river in flood lol very clean now
     

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