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Anyone hand wash their towels with warm water the MRB (do I even need suds??) I may be ignant as I have not done a load yet, (I only have 4 or 5 towels)but why not just hand wash in a bucket and then throw them over a line???

 

I realize some heat is needed to break down the wax particles in the towels, but if using appropriate warm water.....

 

Thanks!!

VolvoNutt

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I guess you could. Some guys boil their towels.  But hand washing for me wouldn't get them clean enough.  Unless you use an old washboard. 😄

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1 hour ago, VolvoNutt said:

Anyone hand wash their towels with warm water the MRB (do I even need suds??) I may be ignant as I have not done a load yet, (I only have 4 or 5 towels)but why not just hand wash in a bucket and then throw them over a line???

 

I realize some heat is needed to break down the wax particles in the towels, but if using appropriate warm water.....

 

Thanks!!

VolvoNutt

I have hand washed a few towels when I was traveling and didn't have access to a washing  machine and let them air dry.  I didn't have any problems with the towels and in some cases reused them during the same trip. 

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Ya know I’m sure the first time I do it the quandaries in my head 😫 will be answered 🤯

LoL I just figured why do even a small load?!?!

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