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  1. patski's Avatar
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    I use red snappers, after 1 or 2 uses they are really easier & faster than pinning.
  2. Colbaltjars62's Avatar
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    My "GO TO MACHINE" Love it!
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    Get some Synthrapol it is a special detergent used in pre-scouring fibers before dyeing, and in washing out fiber reactive dyes after dyeing. It is also sometimes used as a surfactant or wetting agent to improve dye penetration.
    You can use it to get the dyes out that have bled. Hopefully, you haven't dried the quilt in the dryer which will "set" the dyes.
    Also, you can use just 1 cup BIZ bleach and hot water in a container with item overnight then dump it all in washer and wash as usual. Use a container that will allow the whole quilt to be penetrated and not crowded.

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