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    At home I use white fitted sheets and white duvet. I usually pull the duvet off the bed before we get in and leave it on a chair. I then change the base sheet after every punt and wash them on 60 degrees - call me paranoid!
    My dilemma is, what do you do when touring? I've taken throws with me, but hate the thought of punting/sleeping in dirty sheets or with re-used throws.
    Will I have to choose places with ASDA close by, so I can just buy sheets in bulk for the hotel room and dump them afterwards?

    How do you cope? Clients, do you care about the sheets, as long as they look clean (no skid marks!)?

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    Generally try to stay in nicely stocked apartments or hit up the local Primark to buy fitted sheets and towels in Bulk. Black is best so you don't get stains i.e make up
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShySmile View Post
    At home I use white fitted sheets and white duvet. I usually pull the duvet off the bed before we get in and leave it on a chair. I then change the base sheet after every punt and wash them on 60 degrees - call me paranoid!
    My dilemma is, what do you do when touring? I've taken throws with me, but hate the thought of punting/sleeping in dirty sheets or with re-used throws.
    Will I have to choose places with ASDA close by, so I can just buy sheets in bulk for the hotel room and dump them afterwards?

    How do you cope? Clients, do you care about the sheets, as long as they look clean (no skid marks!)?
    You can buy huge fleece throws in Penneys which cover the entire bed. They wash and dry quickly. Usually there is a washing machine in apartments. I always take my own pillow cases with me and have a car boot full of throws and towels!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShySmile View Post
    At home I use white fitted sheets and white duvet. I usually pull the duvet off the bed before we get in and leave it on a chair. I then change the base sheet after every punt and wash them on 60 degrees - call me paranoid!
    My dilemma is, what do you do when touring? I've taken throws with me, but hate the thought of punting/sleeping in dirty sheets or with re-used throws.
    Will I have to choose places with ASDA close by, so I can just buy sheets in bulk for the hotel room and dump them afterwards?

    How do you cope? Clients, do you care about the sheets, as long as they look clean (no skid marks!)?
    As I'm big on hygiene myself I would find dirty sheets a real turn off , and I would leave straight away .:
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    Highly fussy about clean sheets and towels. If those basics are fresh and clean shows effort has been made by the escort as regards hygene and cleanliness. Either that or a plastic sheet you can wash down !!!
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    i am deeply traumitised that you have to deal with crap like skidmarks. how unclean are some people.
    i truely hope this does not happen often to you

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    Most apartments I am staying in have lots of towels, bed sheets etc ... so it's just a matter of being organised an washing everything in such a manner that you never run out of clean ones.

    In some other places it is more difficult, if you only have like 2 - 3 of each kind. If I am in a turistic hotel and I haven't had the chance to go to town to buy more, I just take some extra from the cleaning ladies (when they don't see it, LOL, as I want to avoid any questions about why I need more). Of course, I am not stealing them, I always leave them there when I leave.

    And when I go into town, I go get a few more from Dunnes, Penneys etc ... just enough to have during the day and to be washed in the evening if I used them all, which it doesn't always happen.
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    I don't use throws,don't like the idea to keep it on the bed all day,to get all the sweat and dirt
    I use sheets and If I stay in a hotel I get few from a store and some extra towels,after just throw them away.

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    I don't like to use throws either. The ones in apartment or hotel I put far away. Most throws are not washed often so I have the impression that people did all kind of dirtiness on it.
    And then to have all the sweat and dirt of clients sticking on the throw is so disgusting. The material of the throw is not so absorbent like a cotton sheet.
    I use sheets to put over the duvet and will buy extra sheets and towels if I need at Pennys or Dunnes. Then just throw them away if I don't have washing facility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShySmile View Post
    At home I use white fitted sheets and white duvet. I usually pull the duvet off the bed before we get in and leave it on a chair. I then change the base sheet after every punt and wash them on 60 degrees - call me paranoid!
    My dilemma is, what do you do when touring? I've taken throws with me, but hate the thought of punting/sleeping in dirty sheets or with re-used throws.
    Will I have to choose places with ASDA close by, so I can just buy sheets in bulk for the hotel room and dump them afterwards?

    How do you cope? Clients, do you care about the sheets, as long as they look clean (no skid marks!)?
    Hello you

    Depends really, on what you are up to. Domme clients I use a large PVC sheet. Normal clients I use a throw or large towel. Go to Matalan or Dunelm and they sell them for 6 quid, if you buy three you can wash one use one dry one. No matter what you do, you will be washing most of the day. Nice to see you here sweetheart
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