Microfibre towels

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  1. Bluemooner

    Bluemooner Funster Life Member

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    I bought a microfibre towel from go outdoors and used for the first time this weekend and thought it was great which ones are the best? any recomandations:thumb:
     
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    Lidl had them on special a week or so ago. Some stores will, no doubt, have sold out but our local store had some left on Saturday and at £3.99 they are very good. See this thread.
     
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    I like the micro-fibre ones!

    Alan
     
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    We got ours from mountain warehouse, they are superb treated with antibacterial and dry very quick. We took four on our trip to Europe much better than conventional towels also they don't take up any room.
     
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    Got our from mountain warehouse and yes they dry quickly but I do not like them as towel just sticks too you but Anne thinks they are great
     
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    Was its use for mopping tears by any chance? :Wink:
     
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    That's what I found with the expensive ones we bought last year but I was pleasantly surprised that the Lidl ones don't stick.
     
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    Microfibre ... not for us

    :Blush:We would have to carry hundreds of microfibre towels to replace all the standard towels we use to pack around everything in the lockers!
     
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    I must admit that did make me laugh
     
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