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Hello, I am planning a three tank centre and I feel like I am just guessing at the number of towels to budget for. How many 'floats worth' of towels/robes do you have on-hand? How often do you run your laundry machines? How many guests actually use the robes? I assume that each float requires one bath towel, one hand towel, one face cloth, and perhaps one bath mat... in addition to several clean face cloth size towels at all times for the WC. Some real- world insight would be helpful here, thanks!

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Some centers charge a towel or robe fee to offset the cost and encourage people to BYOT. I'm not a fan of that, but it does raise the question of whether it would be good to offer a cheaper towel for free or a better, plusher towel or robe for a premium. I think it depends on your float center and the image you want to convery. Many women like to have two towels: one for body and one for hair. Just like they have at home. Robes are great for both men and women and a nice touch .. kind of a requirement, IMO, considering the price and nature of the service.

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The obvious answer is it depends on how many people you have floating. However, If you are smart in what towels and robes you use, you can cut down on the laundry burdon significantly. We now use waffle weave robes and smaller lighter towels and have cut our laundry burden in half.

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