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    What kind of fabric would you recommend for a pee rag? I found some wicking bandanas on Amazon and was wondering if that might be a better alternative than plain cotton bandanas.

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    What kind of fabric would you recommend for a pee rag? I found some wicking bandanas on Amazon and was wondering if that might be a better alternative than plain cotton bandanas.
    An un named wife of a poster here says that both worked well for her. Whatever is cheapest and clean and unobtrusive.

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    Thanks. I was wondering because I know cotton doesn’t really dry quickly.


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    Cotton bandanas dry relatively quickly because they are very thin.

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    If you sew a button hole in the corner of a bandana you can clip it to your pack and let it flap in the breeze. If it's not wet out this will let the bandana dry quickly.

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    I like a simple cotton bandana, easy to tie to the lower strap of backpack for quick grab if you don't have to take you pack off to pee, or for a little wipe if sweaty and want a little freshening up, can rinse easily in stream or water from bottle to do a simple wash. Can easily squeeze out water if wet from rain to work well enough to clean pee drips of concern. Rainy days no matter what you have will be damp, so lighter weight I think works better. Cheap so easy to replace.

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