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I like to split them up as well, but have mixed them together if the WW towels aren't too dirty.  

 

Sometimes I hand wash them because I don't have enough to make a load.

 

I have an HE washer too, and I'd love to have my old washer back.  Sorry, but the old school washers do a better job agitating IMO.

 

I use Adams Micro Fiber Revitalizer and use warm or hot water to help cut the oils.  

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Why do you use the "Tide"?  

 

I use maybe 2oz of just the MFR and they come out completely clean.  

 

I do spot spray the really bad spots however.

 

Because that's what we gave in the house. Seriously, before there was microfiber revitalizer all I used was detergent. I guess I still do out of habit.

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I like to split them up as well, but have mixed them together if the WW towels aren't too dirty.

 

Sometimes I hand wash them because I don't have enough to make a load.

 

I have an HE washer too, and I'd love to have my old washer back. Sorry, but the old school washers do a better job agitating IMO.

 

I use Adams Micro Fiber Revitalizer and use warm or hot water to help cut the oils.

I can see your point on the agitation but I also pre-soak my towels with some APC and water in a five gallon bucket, and pre-treat before they go in the washer. I don't rinse them when moving from one step to the next to keep the whole towel treated with what is sure to be a trace amount of APC. Has worked very well for me so far.

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