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Hygiene at Work

andyh6882andyh6882 Posts: 4
edited February 2017 in Commuting general
Recently started biking to work.

It's about 7.5 miles each way and I'm considerably sweaty when I get there.

I don't have showering facilities at work and wondered if anyone knew of good products for washing with a limited amount of water?

Also, what do people do with their sweaty clothes?

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  • fenixfenix Posts: 5,437
    Baby wipes ? Can you leave your kit anywhere to dry ?

    And you may want to take it a bit easier on the way in, or maybe wear less kit if you're really sweaty after 7.5 miles ?
  • fat daddyfat daddy Posts: 2,632
    cruise in so you dont sweat and use baby wipes.
  • fat daddy wrote:
    cruise in so you dont sweat and use baby wipes.

    Only option. I used to have to do this. Then you can ride hard/add extra distance on way home if you want.
  • oxomanoxoman Posts: 8,362
    Used to use baby wipes and change of clothes. Luckily now have showers and have to change into work wear now so only need too take a towel and stuff. As I said above try baby wipes and a towel to dry off the damp wipes and thrash the bike going home when it doesn't matter kid you smell a bit.
    Too many bikes according to Mrs O.
  • slowbikeslowbike Posts: 8,496
    Our faclities are single person room (lockable) with sink and toilet - so it's a strip wash with (cold) water for me. I take my own towel as I'm sure nobody else wants me to use the communal towel for anything other than drying hands ... :o
  • Shower or not take a towel. It's amazing what difference just wiping your body down to remove the sweat makes. Baby wipe the important areas for sure.
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