Washing mud off your fire suits! HELP

RacerX1

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So what is the proper way? Hose it off then send to the cleaners? Hose it off then throw in the washer? Hose it off with hubby still inside?! :)

No really, how should I handle this muddy mess? It's covered in mud head to toe. Thanks for any info.
 

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Check the safety section there's already a thread..
 

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After the Snowflake race, I did use a hose to wash the mud off of my suit, boots, gloves, etc... It was bad....
 

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After the Snowflake race, I did use a hose to wash the mud off of my suit, boots, gloves, etc... It was bad....
I'm STILL working on the clean-up... UGH! :eek: I think I'm on my 5th load of laundry... having to wash some stuff 2 times. Cleaning the Razr and quad yesterday took almost 3 hours! Today will be the boots and fire suit - the trailer is a muddy mess too. That will wait.

Chris' suit is an Alpinestar and doesn't have a tag anywhere (that I noticed) so I'm just going to hose the mud off first before taking it to the cleaners.
 
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