cloth napkins and wipes

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      I go through six or seven a day.I use at least one clean one per meal;Idip it in the soapy water and use it to wipe down the table and counters etc. Plus if I need to dry dishes by hand (if there are too many to drip dry) then I use aseparate clean towel for that. Plusif something spills on the floor, I use a different one for that.When I'm done cleaning I takeeach one to the laundryroom, lay it flat on the washer or hang it over the sink to dry, then I wash them with my next load of laundry, regardless of whether it's a load ot towels, sheets or clothes.

      I don't have a problem with them getting musty…but then again I live in the desert.

      Christena

      On Fri, Aug 1, 2008 at 5:37 AM, shellbeau813 <shellbeau813@yahoo.com> wrote:

      Everyone is talking about replacing paper towels and such with cloth-
      I think its a great idea. I have a question though. I use dish cloths
      to do dishes and wipe down counters etc.

      I use one all day, then
      throw it in the wash and start with a clean one the next day. They

      get thrown in with my regular wash. But they come out smelling musty
      and stinky. Should I do a special load of them and bleach them up
      instead?

      What do you all do?
      Michelle

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