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    So how many people use the washing machine for their micro fibre's and big towels ?
    What kind of cycle's you use ?
    I normally hand wash them all down in the laundry sink in warm water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTe217 View Post
    So how many people use the washing machine for their micro fibre's and big towels ?
    What kind of cycle's you use ?
    I normally hand wash them all down in the laundry sink in warm water.
    I do. Just on the 30min express cycle at 40degrees. They come out looking cleaner.
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    Yeah I’ll hand wash them and then throw them in the machine on a warm wash.
    As most would know the big no no is fabric softener - fabric softener is bad for microfibres.

    Any real dirty towels I’ll just use them as rags, I won’t bother washing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FTe217 View Post
    So how many people use the washing machine for their micro fibre's and big towels ?
    What kind of cycle's you use ?
    I normally hand wash them all down in the laundry sink in warm water.
    Yeah washing machine here, no fabric softener, and just use a micro fibre detergent/wash

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