Cleaning Stuffed Toys

Stuffed toys can be loved to the point of really needing a good cleaning. This is a guide about cleaning stuffed toys.
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January 20, 2013 Flag
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How do you clean stuffed toys?

By Jean

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January 20, 20130 found this helpful

I have faced similar problems cleaning my kids stuffed toys, I used to think how do I it, because my kid always likes to play with them and even in the night. I have tried a few steps by referring on http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/how-to-clean-stuffed-toys/

Hope it works for you too :)

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December 7, 2009 Flag
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How do you clean a stuffed bear and a doll and its hair?

By Elle44 from Humansville, MO

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December 8, 20090 found this helpful

If your bear or stuffed toys are soft and huggable you should be able to toss in the washer and dryer. I once owned a thrift store and all the soft stuffed toys were machine washed and dried and then given to the children of customers. They came out like new.

With dolls, I simply washed them by hand with soap and water and shampooed their hair. I used regular conditioner on it and curled it on small rollers. Let it dry (which can take a day or two) and carefully comb out.

Unfortunately, hard stuffed toys cannot be washed and can only be spot cleaned. Older dolls that have value should be professionally cleaned.

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December 11, 20090 found this helpful

My youngest was in to Cabbage Patch KIds, The instructions I was given was to wrap them in a bath towel and tie in a pillow case. Wash in warm water and mild detergent on gentle cycle. Air dry. Never had a problem doing it this way.

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January 9, 2008 Flag
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How do you clean a stuffed animal that has a wind-up music box inside?

Josephine from MI

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January 9, 20080 found this helpful

Sprinkle them with baking soda, let sit overnight. Next day brush them out thoroughly.

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January 9, 2008 Flag
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How do I clean 2 stuffed animals with music boxes inside without risking creating rusty parts? One has the music box in the head and when you pull the ring at the end of the scrunched up body, the music plays as the body scrunches back up toward the head. This one is 14 years old and in great shape except the heavy dust that has settled in the folds.


Delynn Tracy from Wixom, MI

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Cleaning Stuffed Animals With Music Boxes

I always threw them into the washing machine with the towels. They came out fine. The music still played. (04/25/2006)

By Loretta

Cleaning Stuffed Animals With Music Boxes

Try 'scrubbing' them with cornmeal. Allow the cornmeal to stay on them overnight, then brush it off (I use a hairbrush). That should remove the dust and even some grime, without damaging the music box. (04/25/2006)

Cleaning Stuffed Animals With Music Boxes

I would do the cornmeal thing and do it outside and hang up for a bit to air out and also lightly beat it like a rug. Oh i would then spray it with lysol. (04/26/2006)

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