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Old 12 April 2009, 02:33   #11
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Bleach, probably not. Fabric softener should do well, adding back the lubricity that the rope loses from salt and sun.


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Old 12 April 2009, 05:13   #12
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Originally Posted by Tim M View Post
Put them in a pillow case before washing in the washing machine otherwise they can get really damaged.
What the ropes or the machine?


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