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Old 07-14-2015, 01:24 PM   #11
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Yup, inside out in the washer. Usually with no bleach but every once in a while I'll add bleach to whiten them up again.
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Using bleach Doesn't hurt a thing ... But cleans, sterilizes and whitens them


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Dish washer with no soap.

I don't think I've ever heard of that. I guess it would clean them, but I'd have visions of fish poop remains getting on my next load of dishes. 😀


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If you flip the sock inside out, it'll all get cleaned out.
When it comes to your dishes, you're going to use soap right? The detergent will ensure you don't have anything the skimmer wasn't able to remove on your favorite dish.
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I tried hydrogen peroxide on the last wash and that did a good job


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