Blue Shop Towels
Great to keep in the car. They absorb oil well and are good for windows as well.
January 15, 2012
Perfect for the garage
Soaks up anything including oil. I use it to clean my windshield. My wife even uses it for painting.
May 16, 2011
You Can't Beat These Shop Towels!
I bought these shop towels just to try them out. I originally thought that the price was too much for one roll of shop towels...but I paid the $2.39 price plus tax anyway. Am I ever glad I did.!!! These towels absorb well, are a generous size per sheet and are very sturdy. My husband loves to use them in his workshop and garage and I really appreciate them in my kitchen to blot grease off food. Hubby also has used them as an emergency tissue to blow his nose. After doing the laundry one day I was folding my clothes that had been through the washer and dryer and I found two of these shop towels in my basket. Not only had they made it through the laundry process but they came out just as sturdy and ready to go again. Now I don't have to worry - if the mess is too extreme to think about washing the shop towel I can simply throw it out. However, if it is not that bad I deliberately throw it in the hamper and "recycle" it so it can be used a second time. So my original thought of these being too expensive for a single roll of shop towels has now changed to "these things are a steal at this price". I am very happy with this product and do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone.
November 18, 2010
Good Heavy Duty Towel - Not LInt Free
I've found Canadian Tire has an excellent price on these towels when I buy them. They are good, heavy duty disposable PAPER towels. They are not "lint free". They still break down. If you want lint free towels, you need to step up to the expense of micro-fiber towels, which are washable and re-usable.
October 28, 2010
What can't these towels do??
This is an essential for any DIYâ€™ers out there. Donâ€™t even consider using paper towels, when you can use these blue shop towels. They are lint free, great for absorbing water in hard to reach places (door jams, window sills) are great for multipurpose cleaning (engine bay, dashboard and centre console), and I always have a roll when i'm chaning the fluids/oil on my car to clean up any spills. This is definitely an item worth stocking up on. My only gripe is that they aren't on sale enough!! You will not be disappointed!
May 4, 2010
Way better than using paper towel perfect for the garage and handyman.I use it all the time.
December 30, 2009
These are awesome shop towels. They have a diverse number of uses and are plenty strong to do pretty much whatever you need. I've done things from cleaning to buffing to lubricating with them. They are virtually static free and leave next to no lint behind. I make a habit of stockpiling these things so I'll always have more than enough to do whatever I want.
September 14, 2009
Love these things!
These things are like paper towels on steroids. They are nearly as durable as a rag, very absorbent, and super convenient. I used to use cloth rags, but cleaning them in the washer left a horrible mess, and I always had these piles of greasy rags lying around.
Now when I work on my car I use them for cleaning up any grease or oils, then when I'm done I use them to clean off my tools before putting them away.
I also keep a roll in my trunk at all times and use them for checking my fluid levels and cleaning up any spills or mess's.
You never know when you will be on the road and need a nice heavy duty shop towel for something!!
June 3, 2009
From cleaning oil and grease to cleaning windows, they work very well and don't leave deposits on the glass. If they're not that dirty, rinse them out and re-use them. A roll will last a very long time, much better than paper towels.
May 18, 2009
I use these shop towels around my woodworking shop and also out in the garage.I even use them to put on a finish on the products I turn on a lathe.
March 8, 2009
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