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bean_bunny:
crochetcrochet
crochetcrochet
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Wed, Jul. 18th, 2012 06:54 pm
Acryllic Yarn

I'm making a blanket, which is an adventure to keep clean. I guess I don't mind picking cat hair out of it, but since I started, I got something brown on the yarn. It smells like chocolate. I have NO idea how I got chocolate on my work.

The yarn is white acryllic. How do I get it out? Can I spot clean it?

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new_wave_witch
new_wave_witch
Kait
Thu, Jul. 19th, 2012 12:45 am (UTC)

Maybe Oxyclean?


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basketcaselady
basketcaselady
The Basket Case Lady
Thu, Jul. 19th, 2012 03:01 am (UTC)

If you haven't crocheted the 'brown' yarn yet, just cut it out and join the ends. If you've already crocheted the 'brown' then I would wait until the blanket is finished and soak it overnight.


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sparrows07
sparrows07
Mays.
Thu, Jul. 19th, 2012 03:19 am (UTC)

I always just wash my acrylic blankets in the machine on gentle. Never hurt one yet!


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goodjoan
goodjoan
Joan
Thu, Jul. 19th, 2012 06:53 am (UTC)

Wipe the spot with a babywipe or a washcloth with a little soap on it and see if it comes off. If it does, great! If not, leave it alone and when you're finished, wash the whole blanket as prep for damp blocking it into it's final shape!


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sayga
sayga
Sayga
Thu, Jul. 19th, 2012 06:03 pm (UTC)

I got hot sauce (Tobasco) on a white sweater (cotton) I was knitting a few months ago. Even THAT came out with spot cleaning, then the pre-block wash too. I would try spot cleaning and if that doesn't work, then finish and wash the whole thing (using whatever directions the yarn gives). Good luck! It's so disappointing to see something "ruining" your work, so I hope it comes out!


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