How To Clean A Sleeping Bag Marmot

After a series of camping trips, there’s a good chance your Marmot sleeping bag can be covered with dirt and debris.Taking into account the materials that is made of, the bag should not be dry-cleaned. Don’t worry, though, as washing it yourself is really very easy. However, because of your Gore-Tex structure, size and down fill, are there any special instructions that you must follow to properly take care of your sleeping bag Marmot.

Instructions

  1. Purchase of Granger of Down Wash Plus, that Marmot recommends for its Gore-Tex fabrics. normal Detergents are not suitable for Gore-Tex, as they may leave a residue on the fabric, which can spoil.
  2. Direct your laundry with your sleeping bag.You will need to use a large size front loading washing machine.
  3. Put the sleeping bag in the machine with low Wash detergent also Granger.
  4. Choose warm water for the wash and rinse cycles.The Marmot does not recommend the use of hot or cold water.
  5. Put the sleeping bag in a low temperature dryer after the washing and rinsing cycles are complete.Marmot recommends putting two tennis balls are not used for the dryer to help fluff the bag and keep the clusters forming in the stock market.
  6. Make sure that the sleeping bag is completely dry before you remove it from the dryer.It may take 4 to 6 hours to dry completely.

Tips:

According to Internetiest, Marmot recommends using G-Wash Cleaner Granger also spray as a point of cleaning for heavily soiled areas.Spray ‘n wash or shout can also be used.

Down sleeping bags should not be cleaned in your home machine. Washing machines at home are not large enough to accommodate the size of the bag and can damage the sleeping bag bag. The should be dried at a low temperature dryer.

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