Don't Clean Many Houses, So Only Have A Few Wet Clothes, Dry Them In The Boot?

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  1. buzzing

    buzzing Active Member
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    I never bought a round off anyone, so the houses I have are from my own canvassing. I do on average three bungalows a week lol! But, I have lots of sill clothes and scrims etc. Because I have so many, I don't need to wash the five or so clothes a week that I've used. Should I just spread my scrims out in my boot? Will they dry if I do that? Also, the sill clothes, throw in a 'dirty bag' and when it's full then wash them all?

    I have four scrims and about 12 sill clothes.
     
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  2. Mart1001

    Mart1001 Well-Known Member
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    They aren't really gonna dry in your boot at this time of year with the cold damp weather we're having. Like you, I don't have many houses at all yet and if I work twice a week, then I'm doing well but, I just leave my cloths in my belt in the boot until the night before I need them. Then I just bring them into the house and throw them over the radiator until they're dry.
    If it's been a week since using them though, I will normally throw them in the washer on a short wash reguardless of how dirty they are or even, if I haven't used them all, they still get washed.

    Mart.
     
  3. Murphy

    Murphy Active Member
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    Buy enough scrims so you don't have to let them dry during the day, when you finish wash them and dry for the next day!
     
  4. charlie

    charlie Banned

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    3 bungs a week hes haveing a giraffe
     
  5. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Hes got 3 more than me :rolleyes:
     
  6. GMcleaning

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    seriously, this is around about the 5/6th time you have posted the same questions about cloths, also, if you only clean 3 bungalows a week how the hell are you getting through 5 scrims a week?
     
  7. Jez86

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    ^^^^^^ lol!
     
  8. HotWash Window Cleaners

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    Get a tamblin dryer for your jobbers vehicle. Ha ha
     
  9. Pride Clean

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    Hold the scrim in your hand....stretch your arm strainght in front of you....and spin around really really fast.....they'll dry in no time
     
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