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Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - Gr8ful - 02-28-2019

I found these & tried them when the co-op screwed up & we fan out at -17f & -40f wind chill & out water line froze & broke. I had bought a 100 pk for the road but was amazed at how well they work. You put a tiny bit of water on this large bathcloth & squeeze it in your hand & it just is covered in suds. I could have bathed twice & as it says & I didn't believe because of all the suds no rinsing was needed. One of the best products you can use & barely any water needed. I felt as refreshed as a full shower except for washing my hair & rinsed out & dried you can use them as a cleaning cloth so 2 uses. They claim a 10 year shelf life. I bought them from a police supply store & I'm told the military folks in the field love them. Here's the link. They'll ship 10 for $5, please report if you like them. Thanks!
https://www.soapcloth.com/Products-s/136.htm


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - MrNoodly - 02-28-2019

I prefer NoRinse peri-wash -- the stuff they use to bathe bedridden people -- and regular washcloths. A gallon jug lasts a year or so. I pour just enough in a bowl to get the washcloth wet. Sometimes I add some water. It smells like baby powder.

https://www.amazon.com/s?k=norinse+peri-wash&ref=nb_sb_noss_2


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - Gr8ful - 02-28-2019

How do you know until you try these. If you don't agree I send you $5 & I have no interest except getting the word out. I'm old & not easilly impressed anymore but these did.


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - MrNoodly - 02-28-2019

I get thousands of uses out of a standard washcloth instead of two from a disposable sheet. I get more washes from a $29 gallon than from a $35 (sale price) 100 pack. And I don't need to add water.


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - WanderingRose - 02-28-2019

The nice thing about the disposables is that they don’t need to be rinsed, just throw them away.

Saves water, otherwise a bit wasteful, but you can’t always have everything.

I haven’t used this product, but I like the giant wet ones meant for bathing bed ridden patients. Soap yourself, rinse yourself but throw the wet one away.


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - Wabbit - 02-28-2019

I didn't know either of these products existed. This is a pretty good thread\products for people who don't see the point in showering every month.


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - cyndi - 02-28-2019

I don't see a list of ingredients anywhere on the website. Nor do I see where it's made.

OP? Does it say on the packaging?


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - RVTravel - 02-28-2019

The walmart sheets cost less than half the price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/2-Pack-Assurance-Premium-Extra-Large-Disposable-Washcloths-XL-144-Ct/895919911


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - Gr8ful - 02-28-2019

No problem forget I posted a new product again, Sorry!


RE: Best bath proodect you'll ever have! - maki2 - 02-28-2019

This is a very difficult forum in which to try to talk about things you have found that work for you. It seems that all responses immediately turn to what that responder does and how they do it and why it is better. Of course it does not make one bit of difference to them if they have never tried or heard of what it is you are posting about. I don't know why the social culture in this forum is like that but it is.

I can see why you are impressed with them, if they are a product that works for police agents in the field that is pretty good testimony. At the moment while working on my build I am in a place with a nice hot shower. But I will add it to my list of links.