erm yeah i guess you could, on a very low spin. I just use a damp cloth, bit of washing up liquid if it is really mucky, then wipe soap off with a clean cloth and let dry. Depends on the level of destruction i suppose
I was wondering this! My LO's stuffed Lamaze toys and taggie books are usually drenched in dribble and then thrown on floors etc and need a good wash! Think I'll just stick them in a really low wash! If I did it to my OH's £450 jacket without doing any damage, I can do it to LO's toys! x
brilliant will give it a bash!
If they all get ruined il blame you lot
Let us know how it goes. I've been wanting to do the same thing but if I ruin her toys I can't afford to go buy her new ones to replace them all lol. Maybe I'll try putting them in a pillow case before throwing them in the wash.
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