you can't wash the water for this mat(water boiler mat)
But you can remove the cover from the cover
Correct way: You can't wash this mat with this water. (with that water) But you can remove the cover. (Not sure if you want to remove the cover from the mat) This statement is unclear...to "remove the cover from the cover" is unclear. What are you trying to remove?
@Tatmonet It's a translator thing. Sometimes when you translate Korean to English on the internet for some reason certain words are repeated, like "go to the go", which doesn't make sense. So I just assumed that he's trying to say the mat cannot be washed with water but the cover can be removed. Not sure though.
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