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I will be purchasing these again when I need more. Currently unavailable. I was looking for some retro-looking dish cloths for our new kitchen and these were just right: Classic Cherry Red and White Windowpane Checks. Love them. They are absorbent, not too big, not too small - about the size of a large napkin - just right for drying your hands or wiping up a counter. They also look very cute as a cover for rolls or biscuits at the table.

They wash and dry beautifully - colorfast! No bleeding all over your other laundry. I have washed these several times and they keep their shape and still look brand new. What more can you ask? I use these for washing out pans that take up too much space in the dishwasher , and sometimes wiping stuck-on items off dishware before placing in the dishwasher. I don't think these will ever wear out.

They rinse out easily and dry pretty quickly by just hanging over the faucet.

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I prefer these over regular dishrags. Well" - by Amazon Customer. A rag is a rag, right? It's weird. Normally, you'd just go to target and pick up whatever rags they had Man, isn't amazing?

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Well, I thought a rag was just a rag until my mother-in-law got me this as a stocking stuffer for Christmas. I'm sure you're wondering if I had one of those "Father of the Bride" meltdowns when she got her blender as an engagement gift I love this rag! I kept washing it and using it again and again It washes dishes and wipes counters like the MVP of rags!

It's also soft enough to wipe off the nasty looking pea baby food I feed my 6 month old Lunatec Odor-Free Dishcloths. Those things also wear out fairly quickly, and should be tossed regularly simply based on the potential for bacterial contamination. Based on this, and that I wash by hand and allow things to soak in soapy, hot water the sanitizing bit prior to a good scrubbing the cleaning bit , I decided I just needed a good scrubbing implement.

Thus far, these things fit my need perfectly.


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About a small washcloth size, but it can be crumpled, shoved into coffee mugs, etc. Nice elastic tab by which to hang the dishcloth up but even if I toss it over the divider of my 2-compartment sink, it is dry is a very short time. While it is not absorbent -- and it makes NO claim to be so I think I like these dish cloths. I'm not entirely sure. They are kind of different from other dish cloths, but that's not a bad thing.

Let me start off by saying they are well made for the price. I've used and washed them a few times now, and they are standing up well. No loose threads or fraying. Couldn't be happier with their durability.

Here's where they are a little different, though: they are a little rougher and less absorbant than other dish cloths I've used. I didn't expect this, and at first I was disappointed, but with some use, I realized they are great when you have cooked on food, or your egg yolks have dried onto the plate, or any time you might want a little bit of extra scrubbing power.

These are like the Dobie Pads of dish cloths. I don't want to give the wrong impression--they aren't See All Buying Options. I bought these for dusting and general cleaning. I think these are not be perfect size. I looked and saw that there are many sizes of microfiber cleaning cloths to cheese from. The size is a personal preference.

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I imagine everyone has a different opinion on this. I got white this time and I'm very happy that I did. Last time I got a pack of orange ones because I thought white wouldn't look clean for long. But then I realized what a pain it was to wash a neon orange cleaning cloth. About the only wash load I could put it in was the towel load. I can put these white cloths in almost any load and not worry about a bright color running onto my clothes. I think I like these dish cloths. I'm not entirely sure.

They are kind of different from other dish cloths, but that's not a bad thing. Let me start off by saying they are well made for the price. I've used and washed them a few times now, and they are standing up well. No loose threads or fraying. Couldn't be happier with their durability. Here's where they are a little different, though: they are a little rougher and less absorbant than other dish cloths I've used. I didn't expect this, and at first I was disappointed, but with some use, I realized they are great when you have cooked on food, or your egg yolks have dried onto the plate, or any time you might want a little bit of extra scrubbing power.

These are like the Dobie Pads of dish cloths. I don't want to give the wrong impression--they aren't See All Buying Options. I bought these for dusting and general cleaning. I think these are not be perfect size. I looked and saw that there are many sizes of microfiber cleaning cloths to cheese from. The size is a personal preference. I imagine everyone has a different opinion on this. I got white this time and I'm very happy that I did. Last time I got a pack of orange ones because I thought white wouldn't look clean for long.

But then I realized what a pain it was to wash a neon orange cleaning cloth. About the only wash load I could put it in was the towel load. I can put these white cloths in almost any load and not worry about a bright color running onto my clothes. I'm very pleased with them so far.

I rec'd these a few days ago and ran them through the wash before using. Mind turned a dark green color, the solid ones, to which I really have no problems with as stains won't show as easy. So warning, if you have all blue in kitchen, be aware, mind turned dark green.

I use Tide pods and no softener at all, just don't understand how this happened. I do love the size and have a feeling with extended use of dryer, they will shrink slightly, so this size will be prefect for my small hands. I really do like them. Update: I still love these very much and the white with blue, the blue does turn the same shade of green as the solid blue ones did, but it isn't a bad shade of green, like a dark hunter green that has faded slightly. They wash and dry I really do like these a lot.

They work well for drying dishes, and cleaning house purposes. The weave is tight enough - not the real loose type that absorb nothing. They wash up great and me I like ironing them - but if a person takes them out of the dryer before they're completely dry they probably won't need ironing. They lose a star because there is not one straight sewn hem in the bunch. Every hem is crooked.

I like them so well I bought a second set after I saw how well the first set has worked out. Thank you. I purchased some dish cloths previously by another maker and they were totally useless, so I was a bit gunshy about ordering any more. But I ordered these and they are awesome! They absorb liquid quickly, they have a slightly scrubbing side that is great for getting up small messes, and they dry quickly. I would certainly order these again!

They look like they just cut up some quilted materials. I really like these alot and I love the way they clean drinking glasses and wipe down my granite counters. I cook while sitting in my wheelchair so I keep a kitchen towel in my lap to catch the inevitable spills. So I use a LOT of towels.

It is nice to add these attractive towels.

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I also use the Amazon Prime Pantry shipping boxes on the floor as the storage place for my food. I didn't exactly buy these but the boxes are useful. The built in handles are good since they allow me to pull a box out so I can reach something in the back of the box. I gave up my Dishwasher years ago and