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a joe rocket textile jacket?? The bugs are piling up and they only seem to smear when i try to take them off. It's a meteor 3.0.

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You could start by reading the label inside the jacket.

Mine says:

'HANDWASH

- do not machine wash
- max temp 40C
- do not soak
- gently squeeze and if necessary gently rub (hmm, )
- rinse with care
- completely dry before storage

- do not iron
- do not dry clean
- do not bleach'
 
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Bah.. I used to handwash my jacket with a toothbrush and 'Pink Solution', a non-toxic grease all purpose cleaner and I thought I was going to go crazy. I had enough and the next I cleaned it I threw it in the washer under the gentle setting and  it did a much better cleaning job. I don't know why Joe Rocket says not to wash it in a machine as I have had this jacket now for 2 years and it still looks new. Every other person I know who has a Joe Rocket textile does the same and their jackets are fine
 

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Inferno : Bah.. I used to handwash my jacket with a toothbrush and 'Pink Solution', a non-toxic grease all purpose cleaner and I thought I was going to go crazy. I had enough and the next I cleaned it I threw it in the washer under the gentle setting and  it did a much better cleaning job. I don't know why Joe Rocket says not to wash it in a machine as I have had this jacket now for 2 years and it still looks new. Every other person I know who has a Joe Rocket textile does the same and their jackets are fine
Maybe they want you buying new ones instead of cleaning the ones you got
 
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