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    Shout

    I've been using Shout to take up the excess color when I wash a new quilt. Works great, so glad I heard about that here.

    Usually I do only one quilt at a time. Anyone know if there is any reason for me not to add two new wall hangings to a wash with a new quilt? I could easily fit one small lap quilt and two 30x40 wall hangings. will they bleed on to each other or will the Shout lift color for all three?
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    I didn't know this about Shout. It's good to know. I always lean towards the cautious side when it comes to washing quilts so I would wash them individually. But extra color catchers may do the trick. I've washed quilts together that have already been washed and they turned out fine.

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      #3
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      Are you referring to Shout Color Catchers or another type of Shout? You might not want to risk ruining your hard work and wash them separately first.

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        Yes are you talking about Color Catchers?? Even though they work great sometimes you need to wash an item more than once ( even with color catchers) the first time it is being washed. So for the initial washing I would only do one item at a time until the color stops bleeding. No sense in asking for trouble! Especially after you put all that hard work into it.

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          Yes it's the Shout Color Catchers. I noticed sometimes it takes more than one wash for it to stop bleeding although it doesn't bleed back on to the fabric. But I think you are right, I think I'll continue only washing one at a time. Thanks guys :-)
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