It seems to me that many of us face a problem when a crocheted doll gets dirty. It could be a stain; it could be accumulated dust or just dirt from your hands.
Even during crocheting, several rules must be observed so that the doll remains clean. Let alone its storage: it is necessary to constantly remove dust from the interior doll, and the play one always gets dirty quickly.
And the question arises: is it possible to wash it, and if so, how?
The main thing you need to know to answer this question is a complete list of what the doll is made of. Indeed, in addition to yarn and filler, there are eyes, hair, frame, etc. You can check with the creator of this question, or read the recommendations for cleaning the doll received upon purchase.
The frame can rust, the floss can shed, and the paint blurry!
In the video, we deal with this issue in detail, I will dip a variety of dolls, specially soiled by me, into a basin of water, and see what happens as a result of washing.
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