Why I Never Wash My Towels – Royce Gracie
It is cold in the morning. I make myself a warm cup of coffee and prepare for the day ahead. As I am gliding in the shower, the thought of what to do with those unruly towels takes over. Out of the blue, a roll of flaky towel lands on my foot. I ignore it and move on with my morning routine.
When I get out of the shower and into the bathroom, the towel remains where it landed. It sits on the floor in plain view. Embarrassed, I try to ignore it. But it doesn’t go away. In fact, it seems to grow more irritated with each passing minute.
It has now become a weapon against my frustration. Each time I brush my teeth, I use the rolled towel to push the crumpled paper back into position. It has become a form of punishment for me. Each morning when I rise, I allow the towel to hang on the bathroom counter by its end. It takes several minutes before I am able to tuck the towel into the washer basket.
The ordeal is repeated each night before I go to bed. I simply am not prepared to face another day like that. I find myself picking up the towels and placing them into the washing machine. Then I have to wash them by hand in order to be ready for the next day.
Why I Never Wash My Towels – Who else in the home shares my problem? My husband. Every night he comes into my bathroom to find a roll of towel on the floor. In fact, he usually does find them there anyway. This is when he starts yelling at me about my house being dirty. I let him continue his tirade, but I quietly return his towels to the restroom and close the door to the bathroom.
He finally leaves the room one day when I’m brushing my teeth, and suddenly he is standing there with his hands full of my dirty towels. I instantly felt guilty and felt horrible that I had allowed this to happen. So, I quickly took the towels out of my bathroom and onto my countertop to start cleaning them up.
This went on for a few weeks until I decided enough was enough and began to wash my towels in a regular way. The trick that saved the day! I discovered that it was actually easier to wash my towels by hand than it was to put them into the toilet. If you are looking for some simple, yet effective ways to save money while at home, try this trick that I found out about.
First, you need to have a big enough sink to hold all of your towels. You should also make sure that your towels aren’t too bulky to be able to fit in the sink. Next, you should fill the sink up with cold water. You should be able to get all of your towels wet before they begin to turn white. Once they do this, they will not sink like they would if they were in warm water.
Now, here is how you can go about hand wash my towels. All you will need is a washcloth and some hot water. You will need to mix your hand washtub water with the hot water. You should only use enough hot water to lightly soak your towels. Then, you should wrap the washcloth around the towel and turn it inside out several times. Then you should put the towel in the bowl and gently swirl.
If you are short on time, you can always use a combination of hot and cold. The goal is just to get your towels as wet as possible without completely using up the hand washtub water. After you have done this, you should spin your hand washtub until it turns sudsy. Then you should turn the tub off and wrap your towels in the hand wash towel that you just spun.
Here is the reason you never see people hand wash their towels. They don’t have time to spend doing so. So if you want to keep your towels nice and clean, you should take the initiative to do so. It will save you from a lot of work and laundry-related troubles.