Fleece Liners

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hi, i am changing hutch to a c and c 2x4 one and am looking to also change to fleece liners. Some places specify that the liners are for 2x4 but some will put, for example, 120x59 or 100x54. are either of these big enough? also, if anyone uses them, could you share some tips or how to use/wash them? many thanks x
 

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Wash them in a large horse wash bag, protects your washing machine from bits of hay etc.... You can find these on amazon
 

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Wash them in a large horse wash bag, protects your washing machine from bits of hay etc.... You can find these on amazon
Can’t recommend the horse wash bags enough. They are great!
 

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hi, i am changing hutch to a c and c 2x4 one and am looking to also change to fleece liners. Some places specify that the liners are for 2x4 but some will put, for example, 120x59 or 100x54. are either of these big enough? also, if anyone uses them, could you share some tips or how to use/wash them? many thanks x
I don't think either of those measurements would be big enough for a 4x2 C&C. A grid is around 38cm, so 4x2 would be 152cm x 76cm.
 

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Agree with sport-billy about the horsewear wash bag - I have one and wouldn't be without it!

I've recently had some lovely cage liners made by Stef at Pampered Piggies Boutique - here's the link: Cage Liners - not as cost effective as making them yourself, but I'm useless at sewing, so it was worth it for me.
 
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