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- January 5, 2006 at 1:37 am #235265Liss
Yes, I went to Walmart and purchased a bag of the “shop rags” for window
washing. They aren’t terry cloth like towels, they are smooth woven cotten and
don’t leave lint. The rest of my rags are old towels or t-shirts (which also
don’t leave lint and can be used on windows).
The entire bag of 20 shop towels
was like $4.00.I purchase paper towels once every 8 months or so and then only 3 rolls or so.
I use them strictly for those disgusting things like pet accidents, cat hair
balls and that kind of thing. Other than that all spills are taken care of by
We also use the rags at dinner time instead of napkins. I haven’t purchased
napkins in over 8 years. When company comes I take out the fabric napkins I
made just for this purpose.
🙂 (Don’t want to think I am cheap or anything
right? LOL!!!)My husband has his own rags he uses in the garage for cleaning up the lawnmower
and stuff. So when I wash his rags I do it seperately from the “house” rags so
that the grease and oil doesn’t get all over the house rags. I also wash the
shop ones with extra soap and some lysol in the wash too.
It helps cut the
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