The manufacturer of these clean-up towels claims they have the “power to absorb up to 27 times greater than paper towels or any cotton cloth.” Combine that with the ability to rinse and reuse them — or toss them in the wash once they’re too dirty, and you’ve got a formidable shop rag… If it’s true.
We’ve all been there: something gets spilled, and we have to choose between wasting a dozen paper towels or mopping it up with a sponge or cloth that just doesn’t absorb the liquid fast enough. Since I’m on a mission to “green” up my life, these super-absorbent cloths caught my eye on TV the other day.
If their claims hold true, at $15 plus shipping for ten Zorbeez cloths — 4 “jumbo” and 6 “large,” though their website conspicuously doesn’t mention the actual sizes — these may be worth the investment. But how true is their claim? Does anyone here have any experience with these, or with any similar super-absorbent cloth?