Two layers of 100% cotton birdseye fabric sewn together with a center seam.
Pictures shown after washing. Birdseye fabric has little "birds" woven into the fabric. This is much smoother than terry fabric. Birdseye has a nice amount of "grippiness" to get stuff off with a balance of being smooth enough for softness. Two layers gives you the right level of thickness for absorbency, plus two layers of fabric helps them stay flatter. It gives them enough thickness so that it is easy to grab one. Single layer look-alikes curl up, stick together and are more difficult to handle. Having two layers of fabric makes them much better and easier to use. Paper towels can't compare to two layers of birdseye cotton. Simple, yet so effective.
They can also be used as preemie diapers or layered as newborn cotton diapers.
We added a small seam across the wipe to help them keep their shape, yet cotton shrinkage will vary a bit of course. Wash before using.
Made of 100% cotton, exclusive of trim. Made in Pakistan. In packs of 12 wipes. Bulk savings is available in a Kit which is 4 packs of 12
Shown folded in half next to a roll of paper towels. Unfolded they are comparable in size to a paper towel yet much more absorbent.
Picture for size perspective. They are about the same size as paper towels, but they are 2 layers of birdseye cotton so they are more absorbent than a paper towel. They feel so much nicer, too.
Also available in unbleached organic.
White is on this page.
Bulk savings: also available in a group of 4 packs as a Kit.
I was a bit hesitant to try these because I didn’t know if my family could adapt to using them. I decided to try some and so glad I did. They’re extremely soft and surprisingly absorbent. They look cute folded in a basket next to the sink. They’re instantly everyone’s favs for just about anything you’d use a paper towel for -including as napkins. I will be buying the full set soon! I bought the white color to differentiate easily from my diapers & wipes, which are all unbleached. Not that I wash together but it’s just easier to have that color difference! It’s an investment at first which is the hard part, but I figure I’ll save that amount on paper products by some point, and help the environment by reusing cotton instead of funding so much production of paper towels.
We love these cloths. We use them to clean eyeglasses, and they do a great job.
Love the material great for kitchen towels and bathrooms towels!
Nice product! We use them daily as napkins or to clean surfaces of our kitchen. Our kid knows where they are and can get them to clean up her messes too. Great way to save money and good quality.
I have purchased a few brands. These are the beat, thickest, most absorbent and at a great price. Highly recommend