Washing out lube stains from sheets..

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    Aug 23, 2014 7:02 PM GMT
    Hey, big problem here and not really to do with sex on here but... Everytime things get a little fun in the bed, we end up with stains everywhere on the sheets from the silicone lube..

    The logical thing to do is put it in the washer which has always worked for me, but we got this new top end top loading HE LG washer and it can't remove lube stains for shit!

    How do you guys get them out?
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    Aug 23, 2014 7:11 PM GMT
    What brand lube? I use glycerin-based, which is latex condom safe. Water soluble, washes right out.
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    Aug 23, 2014 7:35 PM GMT
    If it has a soak cycle try that. Make it agitate every so often and then let them soak some more. For example, my regular washer has a soak cycle where it agitates in the beginning then it stops forever until I spin the dial to the start of the wash cycle, or I can spin it back around to the beginning of the soak cycle.

    Having a regular washer, it's nice to find out that the HE ones aren't perfect.
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    Aug 24, 2014 1:24 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal saidIf it has a soak cycle try that. Make it agitate every so often and then let them soak some more. For example, my regular washer has a soak cycle where it agitates in the beginning then it stops forever until I spin the dial to the start of the wash cycle, or I can spin it back around to the beginning of the soak cycle.

    Having a regular washer, it's nice to find out that the HE ones aren't perfect.
    yea HE is not that great. I can't force it to agitate or even soak like an old washer.
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