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Cloths , rags and tea towels

darren Hdarren H Posts: 122
edited January 2011 in Workshop
Just wondered if like me over the years you have come to that all important part of having washed down your beloved bike you then start the hunt for cloths and towels to dry it.

Now I've raided the house many a time for towels, tea towels, polishing cloths and various Old items of clothing that I've dried the bike.

Cmon you all must have done it.

A solution is a box or bag of hi quality rags from Cromwell tools. I got some through work and I think for the box they cost a tenner. They last for ages. So if your constantly pilfering the house for fresh cloths look no further . I will try and find a link for them. Think they are classed as industrial wipes.


  • redveeredvee Posts: 11,922
    At times I have to dispose of unwanted council tennants posessions with clothing and bedding amongst each job we dump. A plentiful supply of rags for nothing and yes I've looked at all my old t-shirts etc that have 'shrunk' for rags.
    I've added a signature to prove it is still possible.
  • i use old t shirts
  • Tom ButcherTom Butcher Posts: 3,830
    I use old clothes - having three growing kids there is always something they've worn out/grown out of. Don't know what I'll do when they've grown up - adopt maybe ?

    it's a hard life if you don't weaken.
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