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Zwipes Microfiber Cleaning Cloths (24-Pack): As low as $8.84 + FS

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Zwipes Microfiber Cleaning Cloths (24-Pack) [amazon.com]

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Plush, super-soft microfiber cloths, best for cleaning & dusting the kitchen, home, car, bath, glasses and more
Constructed with 110,000 fibers per square inch, allowing you to clean & dust with or without chemicals or detergents
Lint-free, streak-free cleaning & polishing; with a non-abrasive design that won't scratch surfaces, paints, stainless steel or clear coats
Absorbs eight times its weight in water, and dries in half the time of standard dishcloth, face wash cloths, hand towels & dusters
Can be washed (cold water & tumble dry low) and reused hundreds of times, allowing you to save money on paper towels and costly cleaners
Each bulk cloth measures 12" x 16", and each set ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
It's recommended to rinse your cloths in plain water before their first use.
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Bought these last time. Absorbs 8x it's weight bc it's very thin and light. They have the description on point though. It's a cloth, not a towel. It's ability to absorb is meh but wipes fairly good. I've bought the Home Depot ones for a few bucks more and they were thicker and better quality.
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I've bought the Home Depot ones for a few bucks more and they were thicker and better quality.
yup, you're much better getting those 16x16" orange&white home depot cloths.
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yup, you're much better getting those 16x16" orange&white home depot cloths.
Anyone know how the Home Depot ones compare to the ones at Costco?
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Anyone know how the Home Depot ones compare to the ones at Costco?
Most say Costco are better.
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Most say Costco are better.
Thanks, and repped!
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Costco microfibers are super thick, I've used them on paint before too and they're great
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These are good for little projects like cleaning your eyeglasses. Anything more will require a more robust item.
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I don't know Costco one but I know Sam's microfiber towel super thick and last long
I purchased this and I will never buy again (I use in my restaurant but could be okay cheap towel for home)
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How well do these work to dry a car?
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B...I've bought the Home Depot ones for a few bucks more and they were thicker and better quality.
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yup, you're much better getting those 16x16" orange&white home depot cloths.
Are you guys referring to these?
https://www.homedepot.com/p/HDX-M.../203837988
Going to Home Depot tonight, might pick a set up.
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How much are these at Costco now?
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How well do these work to dry a car?
Get a pack from Costco. That's what I use.
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