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This has been on there over a month with a few trips to the suck.. I dont wash anything unless I have to, but if i have to i do it by hand in cold water. Washing machines are harder on clothing and camo patterns then actual use..
Washing machines are harder on clothing and camo patterns then actual use..
I’m sitting in a meeting today with my client who is wearing his Navy NWU III (AOR 2) digicams. Not sure what he said cause I was staring at his DAMN, BIG ASS green Velcro patch the whole time. Thanks.
But I had a thought. Just make a patch that uses fabric of the same camo pattern. If you’re really OCD, you can even match it perfect since all the patterns repeat fairly often. Problem solved. You’re welcome.
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My parka from SORD comes with a patch of material that does what Winston says. Love my SORD.
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Can’t you cut the stitching and remove it?
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I dont wash anything unless I have to, but if i have to i do it by hand in cold water. Washing machines are harder on clothing and camo patterns then actual use..
This is an excellent point! If you insist on washing machine, use the gentle cycle with non-brightener soap and air dry. The drier is worse than the washing machine.
You’ll double the service life.
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