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Gore-Tex Small Dirt Marks (No need for washing machine) Advice

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How’s best to clean small dirt spots off a goretex jacket so no need to wash in nikwax in washing machine.
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DaiSki, I just grab a handful of snow and rub, if it doesnt come off I leave it.

Anything, other than water will probably remove some of the DWR proofing Sad
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@DaiSki, ...read Cack and Grime on 'Piste' - but if you do a local clean you can be reasonably aggressive and then use Nikwax spray-on - unlike Graingers aerosol (which is good, but environmentally less OK), Nikwax have a hand spray which is excellent. For oil based stains - eg the filth which can drop off a chair installation as you go underneath - I use a citrus cleaner dabbed on, and then sucked off with kitchen towel. Some will say that citrus cleaner is too aggressive, since petroleum-based, but I find it works well, if used carefully. The American Finish Line citrus cleaner is good.
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Never tried this but in theory, glass cleaner, by it's nature is completely volatile, leaving no detergent residue, it might be worth trying as a spot cleaner, usual disclaimers apply😁
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tangowaggon wrote:
Never tried this but in theory, glass cleaner, by it's nature is completely volatile, leaving no detergent residue, it might be worth trying as a spot cleaner, usual disclaimers apply😁


Thanks but I’ll let someone else try that one first


Thanks all for your comments
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