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Cold water, hang dry. NO dryer heat.

And yeah, this thread should be in OT or at the very least, other hockey talk.

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Cold water, hang dry. NO dryer heat.

And yeah, this thread should be in OT or at the very least, other hockey talk.

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Cold water, hang dry. NO dryer heat.

And yeah, this thread should be in OT or at the very least, other hockey talk.

Well, he did say it was a Cane's jersey... ;)

The only thing I would add on the already given cleaning advice is to turn it inside-out in the wash.

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you might even want to try to have it dry cleaned.

I would not recommend dry cleaning as far as the signature goes. This process uses organic solvents and could dissolve the ink.

If you want to be sure send a "test garment" of the same material and sharpie on it through their process.

I have washed my jerseys with sharpie on them multiple times. There is a limited amount of fading on the patch signs but less on the fabric.

I have used clear nail polish on the patch signs to seal them up with success.

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I would spot clean it in cold water...I'd be inclined to do it in the sink with a delicate materials cleaner...my wife likes Woolite...then air dry. Mine has 7 years of autographs and THANK GOODNESS I've kept it clean...I'll keep an eye on this post for any proven techniques...just in case.

Sorry if this is in the wrong topic..

I seriously need to clean my replica canes jersey.. But it's autographed with a sharpie and I don't want to ruin it..

What do I do?

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