• I wouldnt risk it, I hate the drycleaner and I have tried to bypass it myself and ruined a silk shirt! You could try Dryelle it works okay.
  • You can, but you shouldnt if you ever want to wear it again.
  • If you DO, at least have the sense to hand wash it in gentle detergent and let it drip dry. Other than that, spend the few bucks it takes to have it dry cleaned.
  • As long as your not Monica Lewinski.
    • Mr PantsFellDown
      Ah! Ah yea. See? YEA.. Listen to the mean, he knows.
  • Sure ya can. What do we care? (Kidding. Don't do that. Maybe soak it in Woolite if you havent got the dry cleaning price, but then again, I dont know what I'm talking about, so don't listen to me. (I'm just a sock. And not even a clean one.) But still, don't do what you said. Pack it away like Monica Lewinski's dress, till you can afford the dry cleaner. Soon.
  • It would be better to hand wash in cold water with mild detergent and hang to dry.

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