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  1. hotfitcpl

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    How does that work? Yeah yeah I know, "you wont be wearing much for clothing so wont need laundry", but we don't want to have a bunch of damp slowly rotting laundry in the room either. Wife also has several items she wont want dried on regular heat, or at all. Do guests have access to laundry services themselves, or is there just a drop off service and you get what you get with regards to everything being dried together? TIA
     
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    As far as I remember there is a card in the closet with a bag I believe. You put clothes in and fill in the card and the maid gets it and gets it cleaned. and returned. I have never used it and the last time there I did not look. Hope that helps.
     
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    Thanks Bubba!
     
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    If they charge by the square inch of fabric then they wont make a lot of money on laundered items worn by TTR clients :D:D.
    Unless its 100$ a square inch

    And just how do you launder dental floss bikinis
     
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    We bring Woolite packs so we can was stuff like swim suits, undies and socks in the sinks. Then some thin parachute cord to rig up a clothesline on the deck.
     
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    Do all rooms have a deck?
     
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    I am pretty sure all but a couple beach front OV rooms on the end of the Quiet pool do. The ones that don't are the ones on the high floors.
     
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    We thought the parachute cord was for some private entertainment... But I guess you could use it for a clothes line. That is, if we had enough clothes to actually hang on one.
     
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    One of those items that has more than one possible use. Kind of like menthol cough drops.
     
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    We bring a bunch of the suction cup hooks and hang stuff to dry on the outside of the sliding door.
    Haven’t lost anything to theft or wind gusts yet!
    But we also bring string/rope and duct tae which as had been mentioned has many other uses!