How do I clean my Lambswool duster
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    Question How do I clean my Lambswool duster

    I bought a really nice lambswool duster recently and I love using it. Problem is I put the instructions on how to clean it somewhere safe and now I can't remember where that place is

    Can any one help me on this one please?

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    Oops I mean help cleaning the duster not finding the instructions.

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    Chriss, I found this for you at http://www.myfullerbrush.com/ldust.htm

    How To Maintain Your Lambswool Duster

    Wash in mild soapy water, rinse in clean water with 1 tablespoon of glycerine (available at drug and hardware stores) to restore oils.
    Air dry.
    When dry, spin the handle between palms of hands to restore duster to its original fullness. Maintains dusting efficiency for years when properly maintained.

    Another cuppa?

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    I was gonna tell you how I wash Sammee and Emilee but I don't twirl them to dry them so you better wash it the way Rhonda told you to!
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    Rhonda, thanks for the link and the instructions...I'll meet you on the porch

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