i use a toothbrush and antibacteria soap. i wash and cover the money with water then i lay it on a table and put the soup on it and srub each side, lastly i wash the exsess soup off and get the exsess water off with a towel and iron it till it dries. It turns out realy strait, smells good and with no germs.
If you just like crisp money than I'd say no; not OCD but just a quirk.
When I worked retail we always crumpled and flattened any new bills we got before putting them in the register. Crisp new bills can stick together causing us to give too much change.
Hahaha I used to do that when I was little! Also starched it to hell to make it all crispy, then I stored it in books at the bottom of a stack of books to keep it flat.
While money looks like paper it is mostly cotton and linen. Were it made of ordinary paper it would not last long. It can take a lot of abuse before it falls apart.
I don't think so, if that's the only thing you're doing it with. Little weird, though.
Washing? Doesn't it get ruined in the soapy water?
...ummm at least its clean :)
That is a little odd..