A large and expensive storage unit for towels can also be an issue, according to research published in the journal New Scientist.
Researchers at the University of Sussex looked at the number of people in the UK who had to store towels, which are used to keep towels warm.
They found that the number who had towels stored at home jumped from 7% to 19% between 1997 and 2009.
It’s an issue that is getting more attention in recent years, and with the proliferation of social media, people are using their mobile phones to access online storage space, such as Amazon’s online grocery store.
However, the researchers found that people were storing more towels than they needed, and not necessarily at home.
They said that this can have a negative impact on the quality of towels used and the quality that they will retain.
“We found that over the period we looked at, we found that towel storage at home increased from 8% to 15% and from 17% to 25% for men and women, respectively,” lead author Dr Joanna Johnson told New Scientist.
“Our study was a pilot study and so it is subject to the limitations of a prospective study, but it provides some information on what people might do with their towels.”
She added:”I would say we are seeing a huge increase in people having towels stored in their homes, so it’s really important for us to get the word out about this issue so that we can help people to get rid of towels that are overused or underused.”
This could have a huge impact on how well they use the towels and if they need to use more towels.
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