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How many towels does it take to justify a load? What if you did a maintenance wash and all you dirtied is one GW, one Waterless, and one SS? Seems like too few towels to do a load. If you wait to accumulate more towels, the dirt and stains set in. Until now I've been washing by hand with the Microfiber Revitalizer & Brightner, but its a pain, especially the GW because its so big. I rinse & wring the towels with clean water in a bucket several times and I keep getting suds because the MR&B is so concentrated. Whats a good solution?

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Rinse em, hang em to dry and build up a few more to wash a load.

 

I have a hamper for MF. It's a plastic cat litter bucket, but works nicely.

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Use less MF cleaner!! Put it in a sprayer and just spritz the towel prior to cleaning. I do small amounts by hand also. Otherwise they sit there forever waiting for more.

 

 

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Thanks to all for the suggestions. Sounds crazy but I wouldn't mind having one of those rollers you feed towels through and crank to squeeze the water out of the towels. Like the kind you see at some coin car washes. Anybody have one of those?

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Thanks to all for the suggestions. Sounds crazy but I wouldn't mind having one of those rollers you feed towels through and crank to squeeze the water out of the towels. Like the kind you see at some coin car washes. Anybody have one of those?

 

You mean like one of these:

[ame=http://www.amazon.com/GetPreparedStuff-Best-Clothes-Wringer-Hand/dp/B002QSXK60/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1361718347&sr=8-2&keywords=towel+wringer]Amazon.com: Best Hand Clothes Wringer: Appliances[/ame]

 

I can buy a lot of towels for that.

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