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2014-04-08 06:40:09 PM  
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2014-04-08 06:40:30 PM  
Get yourself a few black lights and you'll have an amazing dance party back drop!
 
2014-04-08 06:46:27 PM  
Used to work at a hotel, the sheets are probably cleaner than what you have at home. They're put through an industrial washer with damn near boiling hot water and bleach. It's the comforter and blankets they never wash. Comforters will get sent out for dry cleaning if there are visibly soiled, the blankets get washed about once every couple months.
 
2014-04-08 06:50:56 PM  
I guess subby doesn't know how some hotels don't even own sheets (or towels and table clothes either), they lease them from a linen service.

I wouldn't want the other stuff either, I've never been all that impressed by hotel furnishings.  I don't really need a hair dryer mounted to the wall.
 
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2014-04-08 06:54:18 PM  
They should just give the bibles back to the Gideons.

™ it just seems like the right thing to do
 
2014-04-08 06:59:56 PM  
Like Gaffigan said (paraphrase). . .

You can't give me a used mattress. I wouldn't bring it in my house.

But I will pay you $100 a night to sleep in one.
 
2014-04-08 07:05:35 PM  

ReapTheChaos: Used to work at a hotel, the sheets are probably cleaner than what you have at home. They're put through an industrial washer with damn near boiling hot water and bleach. It's the comforter and blankets they never wash. Comforters will get sent out for dry cleaning if there are visibly soiled, the blankets get washed about once every couple months.


Never even thought about that, but you're right. The maid carts always have stacks of towels and sheets, but never any blankets. Eww.
 
2014-04-08 07:07:36 PM  
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2014-04-08 07:44:25 PM  
I would buy a bunch if they were super cheap. I wouldn't put them on my bed but they have a lot of uses. Tear them up for rags, use them as furniture covers (4 dogs), for painting, cover for my motorcycle when it's parked in the garage for the winter etc. Sheets, and bedding in general, are farking expensive.
 
2014-04-08 07:50:17 PM  
I guess subby has never stayed at any hotel and noticed the sheets aren't brand new every night.
 
2014-04-08 07:58:51 PM  
My mom worked at a rather seedy days inn...The one on Garnett in Tulsa...The comforters only got washed if they were soiled or about once a year.  I saw some pretty nasty messes in those rooms.  I always take the comforter off the bed if I stay in a motel.
 
2014-04-08 10:04:15 PM  
Most classy hotels don't use comforters anymore. They use duvet covers. And those are washed after every checkout. The one thing I would never buy from a hotel would be the mattress.
 
2014-04-08 10:41:10 PM  
This hotel is about 3 stars up from what most of you farkers are used to.  Which is apparently sleeping on skid marked sheets and pillow cases made of armpit hair.
 
2014-04-08 10:46:50 PM  
Fun fact : Adolf Coors  committed  suicide there .
 
2014-04-08 11:25:10 PM  

Altitude5280: Most classy hotels don't use comforters anymore. They use duvet covers. And those are washed after every checkout. The one thing I would never buy from a hotel would be the mattress.


Exactly, a mattress can't be washed but everything else can. I've bought sheets from the thrift store. Not a big deal if you have access to soap and water (and possibly bleach).
 
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