Day 18    

Feed the box and push the button

Camera: Nikon N90s   film: Fuji
 
   The machines are against one wall, the dryers are over there, the soap machine is nearby. Take note of the number of which machine you're using, start plugging Francs into the box and punch the button for your washer or dryer.

   The most important part of French Laundry Theory is the temperature for the simple reason that there's no such thing as a cold water wash. Consider these actual temp. settings:
 
   Every travel site has a list of what to wear and pack. Now that you know that cotton's are commonly washed at 140 degree's Fahrenheit, all I can say is to bring your good quality clothes.

86F / 30C for silk and fragile things
104F / 40C for colors
140F / 60C for cotton colors
203F / 95C for white cottons
 
   Like a friend said, after doing the laundry you know if you have good quality clothes or not because if you don't, when they come out, then they're destroyed.
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