Picture this. You've purchased your cat butt coasters, and have been using them. They are protecting your furniture by keeping moisture and heat in check. The coasters are also great for sparking the most interesting conversations around around the fact that they are indeed cat butt coasters, I you have them.
They are awesome. Let's make sure that you know how to care for them, so you can enjoy them for a long, long time.
How to wash your cat butt coasters
- Start to fill up a bowl or small sink with warm water.
- Add one single drop of the soap of your choice into the water.
- While your bowl is filling get any dust or hair off of your coasters.
- Then just place the cat butt coasters in the bowl, make sure they are completely submerged, and then let them soak for about 10-15 minutes.
- Repeat the process one more time, leaving out the soap.
- Gently squeeze out any excess water with your hands.
Lay the coasters flat to dry on a towel. You can let them dry completely or you can block them into shape while they are still slightly damp. Just leave out the spray bottle.
How to block your cat butt coasters into shape
You'll need an ironing surface, and iron, a light piece of cotton cloth or a light towel, and a spray bottle (only if your cat butts have dried completely.)
- Turn your iron onto the wool setting. Set aside until it's warmed up.
- Place the cat butt coasters on the ironing surface and give them a few squirts of water.
- Flip the coasters over and spray the other side.
- Cover your cat butts with your cloth or towel. I'm using the leg off of a pair of flannel pajama pants.
- With steady pressure, iron the cat butt coaster through the cloth for about 15 seconds.
- Flip the cat butt coasters over, cover them up, and iron for another 15 seconds.
- Flip the coasters over one final time, and repeat above.
- Place the coasters aside, laying flat so they can fully dry.
Your cat butt coasters will look good as new and you can go back to enjoying them in your home.