new55 Posted May 31, 2011 Share Posted May 31, 2011 do you use the thickest/plushest you can find to both wash and dry? Use thicker to wash, less thick to dry? etc...??? Also, roughly speaking, how many towels per section should I be using? If I fold the towel into 8 sections should I get more than 1 panel out of a towel? I like to be extra careful but so far can't figure out the best method. Watching some of the videos on people demonstrating ONR, it seems like they go over an entire area (i.e. a door, including the lower part) with just one cloth (often just 1 side of the cloth), going from top to bottom to top again. Seems to me that that would just be dragging dirt around the door. I would think it's best to do one pass, flip, another pass, flip, etc... using about 1 whole towel per section. Also, I find that my drying towels get soaked so quickly, almost to the point of needing more than 1 towel per panel (16x24 towels). Am I doing something wrong? Lastly, after washing your dirty MF towels do you find that even if they are still stained, they are ok to use for ONR next time (if passing CD test)? Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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