- Shop towels are used in garages and maintenance shops to clean up oil, engine fluids, and grease. These towels are launderable and are made from new cotton material. They come in a consistent size, shape, and color to provide a reliable experience.
- Cloth rags are used to clean up paint spills, to apply stains and varnishes, and for polishing or dusting. Since they can easily be discarded, they're ideal for messy jobs in commercial and industrial facilities. They come with ragged edges and variations in both color and cut, and they are made from new or reclaimed materials.
- Microfiber cloths and towels have small fibers that trap dirt and moisture, cleaning surfaces without leaving a sticky residue or spreading dirt. They don't require cleaners or chemicals and are more absorbent than standard cotton cloths. They are made from new microfiber material that is launderable and reusable.
- Chamois cloths are used to clean, dry, and polish surfaces like counters, floors, and windows. These synthetic cloths are nonabrasive and made with nonwoven, viscose-rayon fiber materials that do not ravel or fray when cut into smaller pieces. They are safe to use with bleach and cleaners.
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