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Flour Sack Towels

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Sparkling windows. Spotless silverware, crystal or fine china. Glimmering porcelain. Dust-free furniture. Only your imagination will limit the uses for these workhorses.

  • Lint-free, 100% cotton muslin
  • Cannot scratch finishes
  • Use anywhere a soft cloth is required
  • For cleaning, drying or polishing around the home, office, barn or stable
  • Approximately 30" x 30"
  • Towels may vary in size by several inches
  • Imported
  • Pack of 10.

This item used to be #061.

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FLOUR SACK TOWELS DESCRIPTION
"Love these towels – been buying and using them for 15+ years. An outstanding value and product!" --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

"I was really glad to get these towels. They help so much when cooking and cleaning the kitchen gets busy. Their size makes a wonderful emergency apron and they are great side towels. Thank you for having a towel that really absorbs and stands up to hard use." --Bill

Customer Reviews of Flour Sack Towels
Product Rating: 4.8 out of 5.0(19 reviews)
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- 10/12/2011
said: Felicia Hill
"I am not familiar with sack towels of the past, but I love these towels. I use them to wrap my freshly washed leafy veggies them I place them in either a paper bag or veggie bag for storage in the fridge. So far so good. I like the fact that I can throw them in the washing machine to keep them clean."
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- 2/8/2011
said: Letitia Kaatz
"I have used flour sack towels all of my 50 years of housekeeping. My mother made them. When I ran out, the only place I thought might have them was your store, since I visited a few years ago. I just can't use the dinky small terrycloth towels. Thank goodness for your store."
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- 12/6/2010
said: Joanna
"Love these! Heavier than other flour towels I've purchased, so they should last longer. Love them for all kinds of things, but especially for drying glass. Good value, too."
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- 8/20/2010
said: AC
"I love these towels! Just bought more to replace my old dishtowels. Perfect for drying everything from baby to fine wine glasses. Hand or machine wash, hang on the line or throw in the dryer, iron or just fold and go. Big enough they make a great quick apron when tied around your waist!"
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- 6/1/2010
said: Judi
"Love these towels - been buying and using them for 15+ years. An outstanding value and product!"
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- 3/2/2010
said: Audrey
"As a multi year lover of sacking towels, I found these heavier and probably longer lasting. Little shrinkage and the post towel job as glasses cleaners will be delayed. Very good."
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- 2/4/2014
said: Tab
"These towels are wonderful! They are absorbent and lint free and do exactly what they are supposed to. They are quite square, more so than any other flour sack towels I've purchased. The reason for the 4 stars instead of 5 is I bought these for embroidery for gifts. Though they are a dream to stitch on the color is actually a light butter color as opposed to white. If the color is fine with you then get them! They are WONDERFUL!"
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- 1/2/2012
said: Ben Gauna
"These flour sack towels are awesome."
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- 6/24/2011
said: Judith
"The quality of this towel was very good fabric-wise. My problem was with the stitching of the hems. If I had planned to use them in my kitchen, they would have been OK. However, I wanted to do machine embroidery on them and use them for gifts. As a result, I removed the hems and re-sewed them."
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