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PostPosted: Mon Feb 02, 2004 14:03 pm 
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Location: a small village on mars just out side the capital city.... wubble
whats the best way of cleaning the mud off of mustards? without resoting to dry cleaners

eny help would be apretiated

cheers

scott


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This is probably the worst thing you can ever think of doing to mustards but I personally just throw em in the washing machine on a gentle wash.


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I just do the same as Ben with my combat musterds just a gentle wash in the machine

can't say that about my pants I use under my Class A :p never washed them myself since I got them but what the heck you don't wash those that much he ;)

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