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    Senior Member Tatsuya's Avatar
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    My brother picked me up a couple tenugui a short while back when he was in Kamakura. They serve many uses but if you work in a kitchen wearing a 4-way, they are great to have on your hip, wish I had them sooner. I'm sure I'll have another someday from JKI!

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    yes, I'm often amazed how well Japanese traditional cotton textiles are made... and when they are dyed in traditional ways, they also become cooler as they get more used. love them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBroida View Post
    its funny you mention that cause they're being printed right now
    Will these be up before you guys leave? I could use another shirt for work. (open kitchen)

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    We are hoping so We both really like our design.... can't wait to share it with you guys!

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    There wasn't any washing instructions on the apron I bought a couple of months ago. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    There wasn't any washing instructions on the apron I bought a couple of months ago. Any suggestions?


    Wasabi and swarf as detergents- cold water only.

    These aprons look great btw !

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Pescador View Post
    There wasn't any washing instructions on the apron I bought a couple of months ago. Any suggestions?
    cold water and detergent (NO BLEACH), and hang dry (NO DRYER) hope you are enjoying it !

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    The aprons look nice but are not for me - strings won't fit around me

    Stefan

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