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How To WASH A JERSEY 101

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Does anyone know what the teams use to get puck marks and other stains out of jerseys?  I've been trying to figure it out for about a year with zero results.  I'm sure it's something easy like Shout.

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Do they do that? I thought the whole game worn market was kind of built on photomatching to those things because they DON'T come out?

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I don't know, but goalie jerseys always seem to be pearly white when they take the ice.  Honestly I don't ever recall seeing an away jersey during warm ups that had puck marks on them.

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That's because Blues goalies jerseys never see pucks :P

I kid I kid, 

Sorry, you set it up, I had to go for it,

I'll go back to my corner now 

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11 hours ago, Hockey Bob said:

That's because Blues goalies jerseys never see pucks :P

I kid I kid, 

Sorry, you set it up, I had to go for it,

I'll go back to my corner now 

Made me laugh, so all is good in the hood!

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12 hours ago, Hockey Bob said:

That's because Blues goalies jerseys never see pucks :P

I kid I kid, 

Sorry, you set it up, I had to go for it,

I'll go back to my corner now 

Cause their stellar defense stops them first

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Has anyone treated a jersey with vinegar? We use it because it really neutralizes nasty smells when we run our laundry (rags especially). I've had some success with vinegar in getting out musty smells from jerseys. Anyone else? 

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Yes but it always makes me hungry so I eat the jersey with some romaine.

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