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    Thoughts wanted - Rags to Riches vs Feynlab Pure Rinseless

    So I know based on the title this would seem like I`m inquiring about 2 different kinds of products (ok, I am, but hear me out).

    What I was wondering was if anyone has had enough experience/read enough about both products to say how they would compare when used as a towel detergent or presoak?

    I`ve been curious to try Rags to Riches since it was introduced as I`ve got a handful of towels that seems to have been affected from various sealants/drying aids. I was ready to pick up a bottle, then I started to read more about Feynlab Pure Rinseless. Seems as though folks have been commenting on how well it works to deep clean towels. Plus it`s got the flexibility to work for other tasks at different dilutions (Alton Brown`s whole no unitaskers mentality).

    Has anyone used the Feynlab in terms of trying to "rejuvinate" towels at all, or read about anyone trying it?

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    Re: Thoughts wanted - Rags to Riches vs Feynlab Pure Rinseless

    I`m dodging your question, but you must have an APC you could use for a presoak, to stay on the "no unitaskers" thing?

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    Re: Thoughts wanted - Rags to Riches vs Feynlab Pure Rinseless

    Most rinseless washes I’ve used (optimum, Wolfgang, McKee’s) aid in washing out towels since they encapsulate the contamination. I prefer an apc presoak for really dirty towels I’m not washing away. But rags to riches should do the job without it. If your towels aren’t revived then maybe they are just too old and need to be replaced.


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    Re: Thoughts wanted - Rags to Riches vs Feynlab Pure Rinseless

    Fenylab did a good job deep cleaning my dirty towels but did not bring back hydrophobic towels like R&R.

    R&R best pre soak. Love pure rinseless for cleaning though. Buy both. Won’t be disappointed in either.... at least I wasn’t


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    Re: Thoughts wanted - Rags to Riches vs Feynlab Pure Rinseless

    I`m not familiar with either product, sorry. When I detailed for a living standard practice was to have a 5 gallon bucket ready with Oxyclean & water mixed. Some details required 12-15 (or more) towels. As they became dirty they went in the bucket overnight and were washed the next day. It worked every time. That was quite some years ago and I still have those towels. They are still soft, clean, and absorbent.

 

 

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