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  • White snow cover/Washing?

    Does anybody know what a guy is to use for a detergent to wash a snow cover. Got 2 covers pretty dirty, says to use a uv deterent. Any advice would be great.

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    Automatic Dishwasher Soap

    I have been using dishwasher soap, like Cascade. The store brand works fine. Mix it with 2 cups of bleach in a load of laundry.

    It's been working for me anyway. I wash all of my whites this way and haven't had a UV problem yet.

    WW

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    • #3
      Originally posted by fruitshovel3 View Post
      Does anybody know what a guy is to use for a detergent to wash a snow cover. Got 2 covers pretty dirty, says to use a uv deterent. Any advice would be great.
      cabelas sells non uv soap or im pretty sure good old baking soda will do the trick it works for deer hunting clothes to keep them scent free

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      • #4
        just wash them in plain water no detergent thats what I do the snow in fields is usually a little on the scummy side anyhow

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        • #5
          Sportswash

          Get it at your local WalMart.(sporting goods area) Kills any UV issue. Good Stuff !!

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