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Old 11-24-2012, 04:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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so i have drug all my gear out and getting it ready for the year and my boot liners stink not to bad but need washed what do i do my though was washing machine gentle cycle cold water will this mess them up????

the boots are 2011 burton ambush imprint 3 liners any thoughts?
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2nd post down toward the bottom....I'm too lazy...go see

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I don't c where that thread helps me I need to wash mine not repair or help with heel hold
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No. The liners should never see the inside of a washing machine. Fill a big bucket with a room temp water and dissolve half a cup of liquid laundry detergent in it (no bleach, no fabric softener). You can also use an enzymatic bacterial cleaner but detergent will do just as good a job. Soak the liners for a couple of hours and then rinse them well in cold water and air dry. Oh and take the insoles out before you do it.
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I don't c where that thread helps me I need to wash mine not repair or help with heel hold
...Then you didn't READ it!! Go back & read it again. Wrath tells you exactly how to De-Stankify your liners!
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I found it thanks wrath I just read the wrong post
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