A Towel On The Rack Means ‘I’ll reuse’ And A Towel On The Floor Means ‘Please Exchange’

 

I see these “Save the environment by reusing towels” signs in most hotels, but it doesn’t seem to have any effect anyone I travel with.  My travel companions consistently insist on having new towels every single day.  Are you for real?  I’m no crazy environmentalist, but do you really need a new towel for every time you shower?  If I’m lucky, I’m laundering my shower towel once a year.

If you need a new towel every time you shower, you clearly need to get better at cleansing yourself.  The whole point of showering is to wash yourself, so by the time that towel touches your soaking wet, naked body and nether regions, it should be touching something clean.  We all know I have some germophobic tendencies, but even I can afford to reuse a shower towel a few times at a hotel.

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One Response to “A Towel On The Rack Means ‘I’ll reuse’ And A Towel On The Floor Means ‘Please Exchange’”

  1. Corey says:

    Where’s your soap?

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