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Washing intuition liners
is hand washing and air drying the best so they dont shrink or mess anything up?
If it's for the smell, you're better off putting them in the freezer overnight.
If you want to clean them, my bet guess is hand wash with cold water and a bit of hand soap and air dry.
I'm not an expert, and I don't have intuitions, much less have I washed them. This is just my guess/what I would do
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Freezing them. If they still stink, Febreeze them. If they still stink, wash them then rinse and dry well. Drying them out properly after every ski day is the key to avoid the problem entirely though.
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I spot clean my liners, but a boot dryer every day after skiing or at the very least taking the liners out it key. 100 days in and mine still smell fine. Clean socks is also a good call.
also wondering this, if i freeze them over night will they be good to ski on the next day?
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