Spectregater wrote: ↑August 13th, 2022, 4:00 pm I wash mine inside out with cold water. Then air dry.Exactly what I do. I use Persil and that cleans it crazy good. Then I air dry.
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Long story short, Nomex itself is tough enough to machine wash/dry without concern, but obviously your patches and leg hose adapter (or connector plate if like me you have an EctoLabs Cathmax) are the most vulnerable parts. The Cathmax plate is advertised up to 60C, but I wouldn't risk a rubber adaptor this high - probably only 30C max.
I'd join others in recommending washing inside out on a gentle setting. I've previously tumble dried mine with connector plate and my original Hatchapatch patches, but I'm yet to try with GBFans/Todd Cooke V3 as I might cry if it goes wrong
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