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Post# 130876   4/5/2011 at 20:38 (4,715 days old) by goadie12 ()        

Iam just wondering on what you guys think about whashing old cloth hoses I got a few compact hoses and they are stiff solid and they are very dirty even a little rusty weird I know. So Iam just wondering do you guys every wash your ols hoses????

Post# 130879 , Reply# 1   4/5/2011 at 20:44 (4,715 days old) by Brandon_W_T ()        

Ehh. Not in a washing machine for sure.

I would be affraid of excess rusting. But I suppose one could use the blower of the vacuum to dry it out quickly.


Interesting idea for sure. Never thought of that.


Post# 130894 , Reply# 2   4/5/2011 at 21:30 (4,715 days old) by kenkart ()        
I have washed!!

Cloth hoses in a machine, air dry on a clear day hanging from one end so they wont get set in one position, then when dry, pour some armour all in one end , hold by both ends and let it coat the insides well, then hang up and let drip dry.


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