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Thread: Cleaning Solution that helps retain the Parapack "sheen"

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    Cleaning Solution that helps retain the Parapack "sheen"

    This is now the second time I cleaned my Guide's Pack.
    The first time I used Dr. Bronners liquid soap,
    Although it cleaned it well, I did notice a bit of a reduction in the sheen of the Parapack,
    Especially when comparing it to other non-washed Parapack of the same color. (Olive)

    Upon my second time, rummaging around the house I discovered my wife's
    Delicate Fabric wash & Stain remover used for lingerie by Nordstrum.
    ;-)

    Using a few capfuls in about 6 inches of water in the tub,
    I'm happy to report that there is now a happy sheen.

    Nordstrom Lingerie Wash (32 oz.) | Nordstrom

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    Does the previously washed "sheen-less" portion of the bag now gave its sheen back too? That's really cool info, thanks.
    List exceeds allowed characters. So I'll just say I'm plum and kiwi loving FOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moose View Post
    Does the previously washed "sheen-less" portion of the bag now gave its sheen back too? That's really cool info, thanks.
    A definite yes.
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    Too much soap will dull any fabric. The best product to use is a mild, eco friendly, clear and fragrance free dish washing (as in soap to hand wash dishes) detergent.


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