Solution to dirty hotel glasses...

Discussion in 'Disney World Tips' started by gypsydoodlebug, Feb 17, 2008.

  1. gypsydoodlebug

    gypsydoodlebug <font color=red>Who DOESN'T love Fraggle Rock? I h

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    I travel frequently for work, and after that expose about dirty hotel glasses, I found a good, cheap solution and thought I'd pass it along. I keep those plastic cups that DD's kids drinks come in (like from Moe's, Logan's Roadhouse, California Pizza Kitchen, etc.). I throw one in my suitcase and then just pitch it when I leave.

    We used to leave the cups at the restaurant, but since they just throw them away as well this works perfectly. Dirty glasses are the only things that skeeve me out.
     
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  3. Safari Queen

    Safari Queen Now 14 miles from my happy place.

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    I don't understand why y'all don't just wash the hotel glasses in soap and hot water. Am I missing something?
     
  4. gypsydoodlebug

    gypsydoodlebug <font color=red>Who DOESN'T love Fraggle Rock? I h

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    That works, too. :thumbsup2 That video just completely turned me off the glasses as a whole, I guess. :confused3
     
  5. ratpatch

    ratpatch Earning My Ears

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    I wish hotels still used the plastic wrapped, disposable cups. The germs is one thing, but I'm just clumsy enough to worry about real glass cups in the bathroom. I can just see me fumbling a tumbler and trapping my barefooted self in the bathroom.
     
  6. cwestbrook

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    I have come down with a stomach virus three times while staying in hotels. I've hardly ever gotten it at home. It seemed odd until I saw the thing about dirty glasses. Made me think they might have been the culprit. I'll never know for sure but at least I know now to either avoid them or wash them first.
     

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