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    Hello
    I'm not sure if this has been posted before...
    our towels get kind of blackish in winter;I think they don't dry too well in the cold, and the lack of sun as well...we have to change them pretty often!
    Anyone have any ideas on how to prevent this?Thanks.......
    I 34 DH 39
    Husky Dusky DD1 7 yrs
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    We do get that too althought we dried everything thoroughly by dryer after washings. The only thing to do when I get that is to soak them into Clorox instead of preventing.
    Jane(32) + Ed(34) 31.12.01 Miracle DS (3) 01.11.04
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    All I can suggest is hanging them somewhere where they will get aired more. I find hanging damp towels on the towel rack in the bathroom just makes them smell. YUK



 

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