milldew on costume

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gerryd54
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milldew on costume

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I was wondering if anybody has ever had the problem of mildew on any of their satin costume pieces ? If so, how did you take care of it? Thank you.

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John Mack
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I threw my Batshorts away and made new ones.

John
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gerryd54
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Thanks John. This is on the cape and I really have no way to have another one made.

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hobbybuilder01
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Try Dryel available at Wal-mart it is a home dry cleaning kit

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John Mack
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gerryd54 wrote:Thanks John. This is on the cape and I really have no way to have another one made.
Oh I understand. I think the dry clean idea is worth a shot.

John
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Thank you guys

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