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6/2/12 6:28 P

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I wash all my running clothes....with the exception of a couple of very light t-shirts (cotton blends) in cold water, no fabric softener and hand to dry. The tech fabrics dry very quickly!

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6/2/12 10:26 A

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I have a lot of C9 and I wash all of it with my normal clothes. The only thing I don't put in the dryer are my shirts and sports bras.

Hope that helps!

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6/1/12 9:18 P

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I use my Sport-Wash that I get at my running store for all my tech fabric clothes with no fabric softeners. Keeps the fabrics just like new!

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6/1/12 8:17 P

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Thanks all! I didn't want to wait until Sunday to look at Target and was surprised that I couldn't find it on the internet. Just a few minutes after posting and the clothes are in the wash with the correct instructions. Sparkpeople's the best emoticon

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6/1/12 8:02 P

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Just bought some (like not out of bags yet!). Looking at tags: machine wash cold with like colors. Only non-chlorine bleach when needed. No fabric softeners. Remove promptly after wash. Tumble dry low. Cool iron if needed. Do not dry clean. So there ya go! emoticon

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6/1/12 7:15 P

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I wash all my dark running clothes in cold water.(Light colored shirts I do wash in hot) I never dry anything in the dryer and I don't use fabric softener as it can lessen the moisture wicking abilities.

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6/1/12 7:14 P

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Never heard of C9 running clothes. My suggestion would be to stop by Target next time you are doing errands and check out the tags. emoticon

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6/1/12 7:02 P

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I have several C9 running clothes from Target that are past needing to be washed. However, I didn't realize the instructions are only on the tags, which are long recycled.

I'm guessing cold gentle cycle, then hang dry but want to double check here first. I searched online but didn't find anything.

Thanks!

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