Microfibre dish drying mat

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  1. MichelleRyall

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    Not happy, after searching far and wide and finally buying 2 from Amazon at £8 each I discover today that my local cheap shop.........This Is It, sells them for £2.99. I have no draining board and these are great for putting the cups and plates on to dry for a while. Ah well, I know where to get replacements.
     
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    think you may find asda do them in a pack cheap .look in the car bit.
     
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    £1.49 in B&M Here. No idea how good they are though :Smile:
     
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    i use them instead of a window leather these days . great bit of kit . also the bigger ones make great sports towels . small yet dry your body a treat.
     
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    We use one as a shower mat in the van, just the right size to step out of shower and on to the mat.
     
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    Small ones in the £1 shop.
     
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    Oh, thanks for that. We've had some microfiber camping towels that we rarely use.
    So I've now cut one up to use as a drainer, oh joy:thumb:
     
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    The ones I have are quite a bit thicker and more padded than travel towels. More like a very thin cushion, absorbent enought to keep on the side by the sink. They wash and dry really quickly. :BigGrin:
     
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    Hi, Drying mats , from Lakeland £6.99 upwards great piece of kit.
     
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