Discarded or condemned linen are items that are no longer useful in their present condition due to some irreversible damage such as a permanent stain or simply wear and tear. ‘Cutting Down’ refers to the use of any discarded material for some other purpose. The examples of it are as follows:
Bed sheets can be used as dust sheets, double bed sheet to single bed sheet, pillow cover.
Easiest way is to discard it into rags and dusters with the marking of condemned linen so that the purpose of the linen is clear.
Bath towel or bath sheets can be cut onto small toweling dusters
Large discard sheets can be cut down for use as crib sheets, aprons etc.
Discarded linen is sold to hotel staff at reasonable prices