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Old 24-09-2018, 04:50 PM   #11
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Been using soda crystals, vinegar and the ball method for years. Never had a problem yet.
Using any powder when washing microfiber is not recommended due to the powder not dissolving properly, I know this is a fact as my partner used to use powder and their has been times when washing a black hand towel the powder did get stuck in it I am speaking from experience.

I understand the grain size of soda crystals is alot smaller than laundry detergent however its still not something you should recomend, just because you haven't had an issue doesn't mean someone else wont and its not worth the risk.
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Tumble drying does make a lot of difference to softness I find, also gets the last lose fibers of compared to air drying.
Mind if I ask what temperature you tumble dry at?
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Mind if I ask what temperature you tumble dry at?
I use the sensitive setting that's less than 40c however in an ideal world I would have a dedicated tumble and remove the heating element all together so its just moving cool air
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