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Thread: Question: Cat Rag

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    What temp do I wash and dry this on to get curlies.

    She is trying to blend in. I don't have the heart to tell her. LOL
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    it is fleece
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    Is it fleece? If it is, it will not 'rag'. If it is flannel, wash and dry as usual. I've heard it suggested to take it to a laundromat as the lint is excessive.

    I think if she was on it, it would be hard to find her. She blends pretty well! What a sweety! :-)

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    If that is fleece, warm water and a low heat.
    I have seen people tug/pull on the cut pieces to get them to curl. :D:D:D

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    If its fleece it will take a lot of work to get it to curl If its flannel justas normal but do it at a laundramat the first time when you dry it empty out the lint traqy several times while drying

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