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    Haha the vet bed still comes out clean! It's strange she's so scared of different smells but noises such as fireworks she's not bothered at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    ....well not for rabbits but for their bedding. Is there a particular brand people would recommend please? At the moment I am using my normal powder but in a quarter of the quantity. Thank you.
    Glad you clarified that!
    I use Co-Op's own brand washing liquid as it's vegan and cheap. It's always been fine for the buns Ecover works well too. Snowflake is sensitive to some chemicals but has never had trouble with either of those.
    I do use less than with normal washing and I don't use fabric conditioner (though I did once by mistake and they were fine with it)

    Quote Originally Posted by HouseOfRabbit View Post
    I don't use anything different to what I use to wash my own clothes. The only difference between my wash and theirs is that their blankets get washed in a horse rug wash bag to prevent the machine getting clogged up.
    Oh wow... That may be the best idea I've heard in ages. I've never thought of using a wash bag! The washing machine is always full of hay and it's a nightmare. You've just saved me from endless hours picking hay out of the machine
    My bunnies:
    Willow - Cinnamon (see avatar) (f) ~ Sleep peacefully my beautiful girl <3
    Maple - Standard Rex (f) - Sleep in peace sweetheart. I'm so sorry.
    Jazzie - Dutch (f)
    Lunar - Lionhead (f)
    Pixel - Netherland Dwarf (m)
    Cody - Dwarf Lop (m)
    Mishka - Dwarf Lop (f)
    Snowflake (aka Angel) - Lionhead (crossed w/dwarf?) (f)
    Honey - Angora x? (f)
    Pinot - Dwarf Lop (m)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I often find I've left out the washing liquid for my own washing as well The dosing ball full is on the shelf and never went into the laundry. To be honest, I never notice the difference
    I've done this before. Same with the dishwasher. Both came up fine

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    Thank you all for your replies - now off to look on ebay for a horse rug bag

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuthbert&Dillon View Post
    Thank you all for your replies - now off to look on ebay for a horse rug bag

    I got mine on Amazon. Something like this, but not so pricey

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/Horsewear-W...70_&dpSrc=srch

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    I've got all of mine from Amazon too.
    Sarah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    I've got all of mine from Amazon too.

    How many do you have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    How many do you have?
    3!
    Sarah.

    RIP Dusty and Clover xxx
    Harry hamster
    Misty and Pearl guinea pigs

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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    3!

    And just the one washing machine?

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    Thank you for the link, I got one for 9.90 on ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/112434560...r=412833308913 - only one though not three!!

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