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Default Unanswered: How to clean your furry friend

i have a pink cuddles teddy and i had it for a long time and it started to get dirty, can you wash your furry friends? becos i dont know if the suffing bit will come out. please help
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The very best way to wash your furry friend is to "surface wash" it with a damp rag. If it really needs washing, it is recommended that you take all the stuffing out, then put it in the washing machine on gentle and then dry on no heat. I've done this with many of my furry friends and they all come out great.
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