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How do you wash your ball caps

  • lindyrig79
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    Forest Lake / Lake Mille Lacs
    Posts: 3233
    #2123100

    You never wash a hat guys are funny. If you want to wear a stinky nasty hat around I say go for it. Me, I dunk my hat in the lake all the time to cool down but will also reserve the right to wash it. LOL

    lindyrig79
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    Forest Lake / Lake Mille Lacs
    Posts: 3233
    #2123101

    Go to the laundry room and steal the Spray & Wash and spray them down before tossing in the dishwasher. When done run a extra rinse cycle to make sure everything is rinsed down the drain.

    Spray n wash is a good idea

    Coletrain27
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    Posts: 2877
    #2123103

    You never wash a hat guys are funny. If you want to wear a stinky nasty hat around I say go for it. Me, I dunk my hat in the lake all the time to cool down but will also reserve the right to wash it. LOL

    Dunking it in the lake or river is one thing and buying a special form to put them in a dishwasher is a different thing

    lindyrig79
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    Forest Lake / Lake Mille Lacs
    Posts: 3233
    #2123106

    Dunking it in the lake or river is one thing and buying a special form to put them in a dishwasher is a different thing

    Never done it, but not afraid to try

    Coletrain27
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    #2123109

    <div class=”d4p-bbt-quote-title”>Coletrain27 wrote:</div>
    Dunking it in the lake or river is one thing and buying a special form to put them in a dishwasher is a different thing

    Never done it, but not afraid to try

    The reason I said never was because I tried it in the dishwasher 20 years ago and shrunk my hat and threw it in the garbage

    Timmy
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    Posts: 1017
    #2123115

    To cheap to pay for hats here…..wear em until they are gross, toss em and grab another from the inexhaustible vendor supply. Never considered paying for one….lol.

    Ron
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    Victoria, mn
    Posts: 692
    #2123138

    I have always used a toothbrush and Dawn. I would like to find a better way myself.

    Does Dawn do house calls? blush

    Rodwork
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    Farmington, MN
    Posts: 2427
    #2123143

    Rodwork wrote:
    I have always used a toothbrush and Dawn. I would like to find a better way myself.

    Does Dawn do house calls?

    Only for baby ducks stuck in oil spills.

    I am going to try the spry and wash. I don’t know about you guys but I sweet so bad if I didn’t wash my hats I would only get a month out of them in the summer while fishing. By washing I will get a season before they become yard hats followed by the trash. Have you ever weighed your hat new and then check it after a month? That sweet and fish slime adds some weight.

    Rodwork
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    Farmington, MN
    Posts: 2427
    #2123145

    ^ Well for those of us who catch fish. grin

    Never…bad luck to wash ball caps.

    You can’t wash out skill. toast

    Reef Whooligan
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    Posts: 1610
    #2123169

    After a few washings the cardboard in the bill will fall apart but it will be a while.

    I think a lot are plastic now.

    Bearcat89
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    North branch, mn
    Posts: 10307
    #2123171

    Have you ever weighed your hat new and then check it after a month? That sweet and fish slime adds some weight.
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    I can not say I have ever weighed my hat not will I in the near future. Mine get nasty as well. A few dunks in the lake and a light hand scrub and they are good to go again.

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