Thanks to all the help I've gotten here on the forum, I've been smoking some seriously good butts over the last year or so. One thing I'm wondering about, though, and I keep forgetting to ask (until now): Once the butt reaches temp, I pull it, wrap it in a towel and place it in a cooler as suggested by most folks here. But then when I take it out, the towel is pretty much soaked in juices. So much so that I'm reluctant to put the towel in the washer for fear that any clothes we wash later will come out porked. I've basically been buying the cheapest towels I can find, like for a couple bucks apiece at Costco, say, and then just throwing them away after each cook, but this seems silly and wasteful. So my question is, what do you do with your towels after your cook? Or are you all so good at foiling that none of the juices are leaking out? What am I doing wrong?