Post Reply If you wash an invisibility cloak, will the colour fade?
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It doesn't matter.
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Posted 7/2/15
and what if you use bleach?
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Posted 7/2/15
The real question is if it does fade would we notice?
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Iberjib wrote:

The real question is if it does fade would we notice?



The "REAL" question is: If you wash it, will it stop fading?
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Thank you, now I can't sleep tonight.
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does it even have colour???
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You, dear sir, could never fade.
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Posted 7/2/15
I'm not sure. Let's ask Harry?

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lorreen wrote:

You, dear sir, could never fade. :)


and you will always pull your punches.



frankvr6 wrote:

I'm not sure. Let's ask Harry?



That thing has to be like 20 years old and never washed.
Surely it's stained and smelly.
Plus he's a teenage boy so he'd probably just leave it on the floor in the corner of his dorm room and wait for the spiders to pick the bugs off it.
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You can't use bleach on a cloak of invisibility! It voids the warranty.
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