Best Travel Laundry Bags

Best Travel Laundry Bags: Cotton or Mesh?

Cotton is the most popular choice for traveling laundry bags because it’s lightweight and durable. However, there are some disadvantages when using cotton as your travel laundry bag material. For example, cotton does not breathe well like other fabrics do. If you’re going to use a cotton laundry bag while travelling then make sure that you bring something else with you so that you don’t get too hot during the day time. Another problem is that cotton doesn’t dry as fast as other fabrics. You may have to wait several hours before you can actually start drying off after washing. Lastly, cotton laundry bags tend to smell worse than other fabrics. They aren’t exactly pleasant smelling either!

Mesh laundry bags are made from different materials such as nylon, polyester, rayon and many others. Mesh bags are very light weight and breathable which makes them ideal for travel laundry bags.

Mesh bags are also durable enough to withstand the rough handling you might encounter while travelling. Mesh laundry bags are also easy to clean since they don’t require any special cleaning tools.

The main disadvantage of mesh laundry bags is that they do not dry as quickly as cotton or wool laundry bags. Also, if you’re going to use a mesh bag while travelling then make sure that you pack something else with you so that you don’t get too hot during the day time.

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Sources & references used in this article:

Laundry bag by T Daniel – US Patent 2,761,480, 1956 – Google Patents

Laundry bags and frame apparatus by R Bovitz – US Patent 4,979,705, 1990 – Google Patents

Clothing travel bag by RD Brady – US Patent 4,391,396, 1983 – Google Patents