Clogger zero's care

NailerB

Member
I would have a hard time believing that everyone is "handwashing" these pants. Anyone want to share what they are doing?
 

colb

Well-Known Member
I wash mine in a cheap top loader with the spindle in the middle, on the long cycle for really dirty clothes. Then I dry them on the damp cycle, or hang them up to dry overnight. They seem fine from the washing, but my saw exhaust has been pretty rough on them...
 

CanadianStan

Well-Known Member
I love putting my pfanners in the dryer .... they come out feeling so nice

I hang dry my cloggers to dry unless they’re soaking wet and I need them the next day. I haven’t cut myself in the leg to test out the effects however
 

TimBr

Well-Known Member
But hey I don't wear them anymore. Hate the damn things.
Hey, swingdude! What is it about the Clogger Zero pants that causes you to hate them? Is it a fit issue, or something else? Thanks for any answer you choose to give.

Tim
 

ontheropes

Active Member
I wash mine on a heavy duty cycle warm water and hang I’m my basement. They’re usually dry by morning but if I forget to hang them I tumble dry. Been doing it for a couple years but like said before haven’t cut in to them to see efficacy
 
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