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I am so sorry you had to go through such devastation. We lost most everything to hurricane almost 3 years ago and it changes you. There are the good parts like you mention. I love that you got paid to throw out your fun fur. I myself had several U.F.O.s of various sorts wash out to sea. Some had been in progress for many years. Now I can pretend I really would have finished them all one day. :) I'm so glad you are able to go back home. We never could.


Nilda, if there's anything I can do or help with, please let me know.

Amy Lu

I'm so sorry for your lose. At the same time I'm very happy for you that no one was hurt. Take care, and don't be afraid to ask those around you for help if you need it. I'd send you a cyber-casserole if I could.


Try washing the fleece first. Maybe it will come clean. Sometimes the layer of soot is just on the top. You really don't have anything to lose by trying to gently wash the fleece. I am generally able to get my cloths clean after a fire. We try to do clean up wwithout wearing out bunker coats when we can get away with it. So you can imagine that we get pretty dirty and most of the time (99%) the soot washes out.


I'm glad you are all safe and that the material losses are bearable. Hope life goes back on track quickly.

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