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    Towing jetboat

    Make the Most out of Your Washer

    Most people use their washer to clean only clothes, sheets, and towels, but this machine can do more magic tricks than you think! There are 6 items you can clean using your washer that normally would be cleaned by hand, or would cost a trip to the dry cleaner.

    Sports gear:

    ❋ Besides sweaty sporting clothes, other gear, such as shin guards, knee braces, elbow pads, and compression leg sleeves can be cleaned using your washing machine. The trick is closing all the Velcro or straps, using mesh laundry bags for protection before tossing them into the washer, and allowing the items to be air-dried. Yoga mats can be washed with a washing machine by simply arranging it evenly around the agitator with some towels to balance the load. Gentle cycle, warm water, and heavy duty detergent should be used to thoroughly clean the mat.

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    Canvas shoes and sneakers

    ❋ Most canvas shoes, tennis shoes, and sneakers are washer safe and friendly unless otherwise stated by the manufacturers. Insole inserts should be removed and washed separately from the shoes themselves. The trick is to add a cup of baking soda with warm water to disinfect shoes and clear odors.



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    Everyday bags

    ❋ Gym bags, backpacks, lunch bags, or reusable grocery bags are exposed to contamination from bacteria, dirt, dust, and sweat on a daily basis. Do you dread frequently washing those bags by hand? Unless you have leather bags, most fabric and vinyl bags are safe to be washed by machine. Make sure you pre-treat any stains and turn the bags inside out before putting them into a gentle cycle. Let them air dry.

    Small Rugs

    The front door mats, kitchen rugs, and garden door mats catch a lot of soil, dirt, and sometimes food. Hence washing them regularly is necessary to avoid bacteria, mold, or yeast growing inside the house. Unless stated otherwise, most small rugs can be washed in cold water with liquid detergent and should be left to air dry instead of being dried in high heat to avoid shrinking.

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    Pillows

    ❋ Most people will have scheduled washed for their pillow cases and bed spreads, but many often forget that the pillows themselves need regular washes as well! Both feather pillows and polyester filled pillows can be washed in the machine and dried in the dryer. A tip for washing pillows is to not overfill the washer in order to give the pillows some room to move around.



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    Cleaning tools

    ❋ Nothing catches mold and mildew faster than cleaning tools such as mop heads, sponges, rubber gloves, and scrubbing brushes. If you don’t clean them thoroughly, you might risk spreading germs and bacteria around the next time you use them. Conveniently, these items can be cleaned in the washing machine with hot water and heavy duty detergent, then be left to air dry completely.

    Final thoughts:

    ❋ When you bought the best of products, you want to keep them in pristine condition for as long as possible. That includes cleaning and washing them properly. The key is to use good detergent like Tide, best product reviews instances of Amazon products, the appropriate cycle, and the correct water temperature for different types of items to prolong their usage.
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    I have pulled boats behind Houseboats for hundreds of miles, I am not sure what you are referring to.

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    Most jet skis and jet boats need their water intake hose to be pinched or a valve installed when towing in the water.
    This is to avoid water being forced into the cylinders.

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    Here is a link with additional information: https://blog.jetskiplus.com/towing-your-jet-ski/

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    Now I understand, it’s a jet boat.

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