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I'm getting a tired of the pink Cintas-style shop rags we use. They don't soak up much at all and are really rough/gritty. I'm always scared a tech is going to use one to wipe down a car and cover that vehicle with scratches.

 

My friend in town runs a salvaged textiles warehouse. He buys unpurchased t-shirts and cotton clothes from Goodwill and Salvation Army by the semi-load. Then, at his warehouse they cut them into rag sized pieces and sell them dirt cheap in huge bundles. I'm thinking of over moving over to using this system and washing the rags myself.

 

Have any of you guys done anything similar? Any EPA issues you've run into with doing your own in-house laundry of sorts?

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