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Drying workout clothes

1765 Views 36 Replies 19 Participants Last post by  VictorN
I was asking about this just before we started migrating and were homeless for a while...<br><br>
Is there a problem with drying your workout clothes the same way you do with all the others? I just do it the same way, wash, then throw into the dryer, and that's it. If any of you does it differently, could you explain?<br><br>
(PS: This question might be irrelevant for people who only have workout clothes, like Tithers)
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I'll have to ask the elves in the laundry room. I'm betting they just toss it all in the dryer.
I just checked with the head laudry elf (my wife). She tells me that if it goes down the laundry chute, it will come back via the dryer.<br><br>
Luckily, I refuse to waste money on technical clothing.
I live in jeans, sweats and t-shirts. I'm not making a living in these races. With tires for the chair at $70 a piece, bike tires, needing a new handcycle at the price of 3K, I see technical clothing as an expense I can live with out.<br><br>
If it works for you and helps you...go for it! To me, it makes no difference.
I work in jeans and a polo normally. But I do keep a shirt and tie in the office. just in case the Captain, or worse, the Distrcit Admiral comes down to the office.
Come on. How could I deny the people of Asheville the chance to see this chest?<br><br>
About as technical as I get is my club's racing singlet.
Really? Seems rather silly. What would be the reason for such a rule?<br><br>
Sorry I didn't mean to hijack the thread.
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