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    Default Lightload Towels at Walmart

    Found these rebranded Lightload towels at Walmart. Two pack for $1.44. Not significantly cheaper than anywhere else, but maybe more convenient. They appear to be identical to the other Lightload branded towels I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soumodeler View Post
    Found these rebranded Lightload towels at Walmart. Two pack for $1.44. Not significantly cheaper than anywhere else, but maybe more convenient. They appear to be identical to the other Lightload branded towels I have.

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    Thanks for the heads-up! I will go check these out and compare to some LightLoads I have on hand.

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    They may be identical but the packaging is different. They were about $4 for a package of two on Amazon. Can't recall if there were 1 or 2 towels in the package.

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    Except for the very first day (before expansion), are these towels substantially different from other reusable cloths?

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    Not sure. I found a pack of similar cloths under our kitchen sink that have been there ... a very long time. Package says 80% rayon, 20% acrylic. I'm not sure if they're good for 20 uses like the one you have pictured. Never appealed much to me; I guess I'd rather have either an indefinite use one or a throwaway paper towel, not keen on having a towel that's in between durability wise.

    The UST one sold at WM says it's all rayon.

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    My observation (I've used one of them a couple times) is you would get a few uses. I don't think they'd last months and months. Reminds me of those clean up cloths you can buy for the kitchen that are reusable. They aren't really like packing towels.

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