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Without seeing the condition, that's a tough one.

For spot cleaning it depends on what's on it. Mold? Discolored Brown?

You may not be able to get everything out of it but my suggestion is try to gently hand wash the cloth areas of stains.
They might not come out, but that's ok because those are love/use marks on a well appreciated quilt.

Depending on the condition I'd try to wash in a washing machine which is a front loader, no agitator, on super gentle.

Hope this helps.
Quilts are special...but sometimes, like your favorite sofa, they just need to be used and appreciated as that.

:-)

nag
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