Compressed towelettes are super handy


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#2

Sorry to be pedantic, but here goes…“lbs” is not a unit of pressure. It is a unit of weight.


#3

Indeed should be “psi”


#4

We can only hope nobody figures out the potential for vandalism.


#5

Also available at dollar stores. They’re very much like J-cloths.

And it’s fun to watch someone else’s eyes bug out when you add water to them. Almost worth the price of admission.


#6

Yeah, we buy 'em ten for a buck at the dollar store, in foil-backed blister packs, and they have a hundred uses. Just don’t mistake them for calcium supplements.


#7

Compressed washcloth AND instant bezoar.


#8

ty. fixed.


#9

I tried those once. Worst breath mints ever. Had a stomach-ache for three days. Really cleaned me out though.


#10

Are these meant for use as toilet paper? Because I note they are stamped with “BM.”


#11

I’m not sure I understand the concept. You can expand them with water without ending up with a wet towel?


#12

“BM” is clever multi-marketing ain’t it?


#13

Barely big enough to cover one’s face to avoid the gaze of a ravenous bugblatter beast. Useless, at least from a frood’s perspective.


#14

now I carry a few of these Bikemaster compressed towelettes both in my jacket pockets and all is well

This seems improbable. How big are these?


#15

Really? I’ve seen the bigger version with kid-characters on them, but not these little pellets.

Time to visit Dollar Tree! What department would they be in.


#16

Just to remind folks,if you don’t live near a dollar store, and end up ordering from Amazon, you can use smile.amazon.com and have 0.5% of the total donated tot he charity of your choice. Yeah, I know, not a lot, but if you consider just how much business amazon does…


#17

They’re about the same diameter as a nickel.


#18

No, you end up with a wet towel. You can wring it out, of course.


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