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Staples [staples.com] has the 6-Pack WypAll Microfiber Dry Cloths w/ Microban (Blue, 83620) on sale for $10.07. Shipping is free.
  • Designed for virtually any surface
  • Microban protection inhibits the growth of odor-causing, stain-causing bacteria on cloth
  • Removes up to 99% of bacteria from nonporous surfaces when dampened with water
  • Durable, remarkably absorbent and environmentally friendly
  • 6 / Pack; Dimensions: 15-3/4" X 15-3/4"; Blue
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Are these that much better than other microfiber cloth?
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seems like you can get much better deals on Amazon. Unless these are special.
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seems like you can get much better deals on Amazon. Unless these are special.
Example, please.
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How do these compare to the ones in the auto section of Costco? Are they 5x better? Because they cost 5x more!
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Bought these on the last deal. They are great as a kitchen & bathroom towel to wipe down countertops, sinks & faucets. They are antimicrobial so they don't have a residual smell when you wipe down spills and food items.

I also used them to wipe off mirrors and windows without streaks! Literally a poor mans Norwax & E-Cloth. Worth it!
Spoken like a true marketing guru. Thanks!!!! Mr. 35 in ten years, quite the member you are.
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Can anyone confirm if microban keeps its efficacy for the life of these clothes or if it wears out overtime/uses?
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How do these compare to the ones in the auto section of Costco? Are they 5x better? Because they cost 5x more!
Costco one work wonderful..I use it everyday and like very much.
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I'm sorry, how is this a slickdeal...Home Depot has

(24-Pack) Quickie 14 in. x 14 in. Microfiber Towels $9.98
- Mycro-touch...supposedly proven to remove 99% bacteria, allergens, dust

...granted no free shipping (Shipping $5.99) $15.97 before tax....spend $6-$7 and get 18 more towels.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Quick.../202314576
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Are these just microfiber cloths? Like the one Costco sells for $14.99 for a 50 pack?
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Spoken like a true marketing guru. Thanks!!!! Mr. 35 in ten years, quite the member you are.
I only comment on what I am passionate about, things I find that are great life hacks or a good deal. I'm definitely a long time lurker slickdealer, here when we would get truly great deals. I admit that I don't spend all my free time posting on slickdeals.

Thanks for exposing me DonV...GTFO, go buy you some stupid microfiber towels and troll somewhere else. SMH
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Can anyone confirm if microban keeps its efficacy for the life of these clothes or if it wears out overtime/uses?
My wife & I have owned these and used them since the last posted deal. So far the microban technology has worked well.

We have been using them all around the house & in the kitchen. Unlike my previous microfiber towels used in the kitchen, they don't carry over any odor after a week of using them. I do a quick rinse after each countertop or food wipe down.
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I only comment on what I am passionate about, things I find that are great life hacks or a good deal. I'm definitely a long time lurker slickdealer, here when we would get truly great deals. I admit that I don't spend all my free time posting on slickdeals.

Thanks for exposing me DonV...GTFO, go buy you some stupid microfiber towels and troll somewhere else. SMH
It's not about your passion it's a deal site. If you are germ phobic you may be passionate about it but it doesn't make any product' marketing that happens to be playing into your particular passion a deal. I will get some microfibers and I will take the recommendations of some of the members that have more idea of what a deal is versus hyping panic buying based of fear. I thought the site was to look out for the consumer but it appears everyone is in the side of the marketing departments now.
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My wife & I have owned these and used them since the last posted deal. So far the microban technology has worked well.

We have been using them all around the house & in the kitchen. Unlike my previous microfiber towels used in the kitchen, they don't carry over any odor after a week of using them. I do a quick rinse after each countertop or food wipe down.
Mine showed up today. Can anyone confirm they actually have microban tech? It's on the staples page but I can't find it listed anywhere on the package. I also checked the kimberly-clark page for this item number and they don't list microban anywhere on their page or product pdf's.

Did we just get taken by Staples?
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It's not about your passion it's a deal site. If you are germ phobic you may be passionate about it but it doesn't make any product' marketing that happens to be playing into your particular passion a deal. I will get some microfibers and I will take the recommendations of some of the members that have more idea of what a deal is versus hyping panic buying based of fear. I thought the site was to look out for the consumer but it appears everyone is in the side of the marketing departments now.
DonV...Hype panic buying was not my intention. Nothing I wrote evoked fear buying, but instead how it didn't smell from bacteria growth that I had on previous microfiber cloths that I have previously used in the kitchen.

Additionally, I further point out how these where significantly cheaper than a pyramid scheme type product of Norwax and tended to be near equal of that "luxury" brand. ln full disclosure, I was planning on purchasing Norwax cloths, but glad I found these and saved a good chunk of money.
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Mine showed up today. Can anyone confirm they actually have microban tech? It's on the staples page but I can't find it listed anywhere on the package. I also checked the kimberly-clark page for this item number and they don't list microban anywhere on their page or product pdf's.

Did we just get taken by Staples?
Mine said it in blue on the plastic packaging...just like the product picture from Amazon. The item number is 83620 which I believe is listed on all these microfiber towels from Kimberly-Clark that are BLUE.


WypAll 83620-8395 Cloths with Microban Microfiber, 15 3/4" x 15 3/4", Blue (Pack of 6) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001E2Q...8EbGWHENHZ
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