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WIN Detergent
The best sports detergent on the market!!! WIN will de-stink even your funkiest smelling clothes. So, go ahead. Sweat it.
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WIN Detergent 10 Jun 19
Two different people asked us to respond to you and recommend , which you can get in the US from or from Amazon. But it's not available in Europe. If you can't find a good sports detergent, make sure you use HOT water to wash.
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WIN Detergent 24 Apr 19
Replying to @BibRave @godsgapeach
Congratulations! DM us with your shipping info, & let us know if you want Original (Blue) or Free & Clear (Green).
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WIN Detergent 24 Apr 19
Replying to @wbrent01 @BibRave
I'm lazy so I dry them on low heat. No issues for many years. Many people insist on air drying their gear, but to me that's just another day before I can run in it again.
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Replying to @Jmonst @sobsa @BibRave
Not with synthetics. Tech gear rarely bleeds colors, so it's usually OK to wash whites with colors. Be careful about the first time you wash a dark colored race tee tho -- they're made of pretty cheap fabrics.
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Replying to @sobsa @BibRave
Try washing in HOT water. It really makes a big difference.
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Yes, is great for shoes!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
A5: My winter running tights smell the worst. Obvs I wash with . Washing on HOT and drying on low or no heat does the trick!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
A4: I wash everything after each run. Winter gear seems to smell worse than summer gear, but it's all pretty bad!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
A3: Also NYC Garbage truck on a hot summer afternoon. YUCK!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
A3: Worst thing I ever smelled while running was a dead skunk. I think I turned around before I actually got to it. Wow.
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Definitely. Washing on HOT is fine for most tech fabrics, but dry on low or no heat.
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Also washing with HOT water gets the stink out MUCH more effectively.
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Very curious if gets it clean!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
A2: I have some favorite race tees that have lasted 10+ years. Most of my other gear is a lot newer!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Always something new to discover in Central Park, even after running there for years and years
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Replying to @HamBrew807
We'll take that challenge!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
So excited for tonight's chat!!
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WIN Detergent 23 Apr 19
Replying to @ScootADoot @BibRave
See you tonight!
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WIN Detergent 2 Jan 19
Replying to @wbrent01 @BibRave
Sometimes yes, even if the tags read cold. If you feel like your clothes are getting clean in cold water, great. If not, try a wash on warm or hot & see what happens. Very unlikely you'll do any damage, and very likely your clothes will be cleaner.
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