Mar 22, 2020

Clean Baseball Hats with a Dishwasher

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==Steps==
 
==Steps==
 
===Running a Wash Cycle===
 
===Running a Wash Cycle===
#[[Read Clothing Care Labels|Check the material on your hat’s tag]] before washing it. Look for the manufacturer’s tag inside the ballcap. Materials like cotton or synthetics are safe to put inside your dishwasher, but cardboard or wool could get damaged. If the tag says “[[Wash a Baseball Cap by Hand|hand wash only]],” don’t put the hat in the dishwasher.<ref>https://ift.tt/2QEvs8b>[[Image:Clean Baseball Hats with a Dishwasher Step 1 Version 3.jpg|center]]
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#[[Read Clothing Care Labels|Check the material on your hat’s tag]] before washing it. Look for the manufacturer’s tag inside the ballcap. Materials like cotton or synthetics are safe to put inside your dishwasher, but cardboard or wool could get damaged. If the tag says “[[Wash a Baseball Cap by Hand|hand wash only]],” don’t put the hat in the dishwasher.[[Image:Clean Baseball Hats with a Dishwasher Step 1 Version 3.jpg|center]]
 
#*If your hat has frayed edges or tears, consider washing the hat by hand instead.
 
#*If your hat has frayed edges or tears, consider washing the hat by hand instead.
 
#*If the hat has sentimental value, don’t put it in the dishwasher since there’s always a small risk of damage.
 
#*If the hat has sentimental value, don’t put it in the dishwasher since there’s always a small risk of damage.


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