mjj (flemmings) wrote,
mjj
flemmings

Household hint

Never cared much for facecloths. They get sopping wet, they rarely dry out properly, they go moldy in every season but winter and sometimes then, and they don't exfoliate. Scratchy Japanese bathcloths are far preferable, if you get the 'haado' version, but even the soft ones do the reverse of facecloths. (Periodically I remind myself to throw them in the laundry to get rid of Toronto's hard water deposits but that's the extent of the care.) Nonetheless the best purchase I've made recently was a bunch of violently coloured facecloths from the dollar store- because I treat them essentially as one use.

Come home sweaty from work. Don't want to undress and shower and dress again, so I remove damp tshirt, wipe down exposed skin with cool facecloth, and acquire dry top. Facecloth goes over railing in upper hallway. Later I undress, have shower, rinse out bra (a necessity in summer), towel dry and into sleep shirt: and then fetch still damp facecloth and wipe down tub walls and sink, which accumulate shocking amounts of dust and grunge on a daily basis. Put to dry over rail again, throw in laundry basket next day, wash with whatever else requires the dryer. So there you are: half washcloth and half duster, and the better part of both.
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