disposal washcloths

Old Aug 5th, 2008, 01:23 PM
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disposal washcloths

For those of you that like washcloths and can't find them when you travel to Europe.
I bought a box of Huggies Cleanteam disposable washcloths - they have the soap in the washcloth. They are dry so they have to get them wet before you can use them. They are for children but work great.
I use Olay facial cloths for my face anyway so using those and the disposable washcloths are great.

You could use them for any cleanup job on your purse, shoes or suitcase if you needed to.
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Old Aug 6th, 2008, 03:33 PM
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If you have the Olay face clothes already, just use those instead. They're plenty big to serve as a single use washcloth. Then you don't have to buy/pack a second product.
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Facial cloths work great. I never forget to carry them.





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Old Aug 7th, 2008, 07:15 AM
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I could use the Olay cloths only but I really like the cloth like feel of the Huggies. That is why I am recommending them.
I don't take much with me when I travel - one small - less than 21 inch - bag for 3 weeks. Don't like being loaded down with more than that bag and my healthy bag which holds quite a bit.
I am one that throws clothes out as I travel so I have room to bring something home if I want to. I bring home only the same bag I leave with.
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They don't have washcloths in Europe?

Seriously?
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Old Aug 8th, 2008, 08:48 AM
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Hotels in Europe often do not provide a washcloth - it is considered a 'personal item' so you should bring your own. I have been in a couple hotels that had the 'gant de toilette' which is like a washcloth 'pocket'.
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Old Aug 8th, 2008, 10:38 AM
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swaymock~ Nope.
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Old Aug 8th, 2008, 12:20 PM
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Have never found a washcloth in Europe. Wonder why??????

I usually cut up an old towel into small squares for washcloths and pack them along with a little of my favorite body wash. That has worked well but the disposable washcloths will be better.
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I tend to use baby wipes.

Washcloths in the UK are known as flannels.

I'm surprised you can't find them in Europe.
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