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.
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.
Also available in a group of 4 packs as a Kit.
I have purchased a few brands. These are the beat, thickest, most absorbent and at a great price. Highly recommend
These work very well and wash nicely. I'm considering ordering another 2 dozen.
I’ve been working on using less paper towels. These cloths are the perfect replacement. I love that they are soft enough for my baby’s face but durable for big messes. Since they are white, I plan to bleach them if needed or sun them to get out stains. I wash towels every couple days and just add these to the wash. I highly recommend these!
I decided to try these after the paper towel shortage and I love them! They are much more absorbent than paper and better for the environment!
I love my organic ones too, but what I love about these is that they are perfectly absorbent and ready to use after just one wash; the natural cotton oils have already been removed. I would probably be more inclined to give the white ones as a gift for that reason, unless I knew that the recipient really prefers organic fabrics. I have about 30 in my kitchen and go through about 3 per day. Compare that to how many paper towels I would have been using!