I am cleaning windows (small business) and that generates a bag of wet dirty cotton towel rags each day. I wash the rags each day, and need to store those until the end of the week, when I take the rags to a local laundry to be dried.
I can't go to the laundry every day, so it is crucial to find a way to store the rags wet for extended periods of time without starting to smell of mold. I have been told that this is impossible, but I don't believe that in the slightest. In fact, I think that simply packing in a tightly sealed plastic bag will be enough to prevent spores from getting in contact. Also, the wet rags can be treated with a dilute bleach solution if needed. That is just at the top of my head.
Is what I'm suggesting viable?