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Microfibre towels down to 99p in Dunelm Mill

(13 Posts)
Slubberdegullion Wed 15-Jul-09 13:33:07

They were quite a bobby at 2.99, but now they are a supreme bobby at 99p.

Big crate of em. I'm washing mine now ready to roll up super tiny for the holiday.

No idea if they are actually any good but BY GOD they are small. I likey likey.

troutpout Wed 15-Jul-09 16:13:56

the gits
they waited until i'd bought mine at 2.99

sherby Wed 15-Jul-09 16:15:05

microfibre towels?

as somebody going camping in 2 weeks is this something I should know about?

troutpout Wed 15-Jul-09 16:20:09

yes...you need them
Well..not need exactly....but they are very handy

Slubberdegullion Wed 15-Jul-09 16:20:12

sorry trouty.

sherby I have all our camping clothes on the spare bed and the pile is just HUGE and then I got 6 towels out (1 for each of us plus 2 for the beach) and realised it was getting out of hand.

Someone did a thread about these towels a while back and said they were good. They really are very small and apparently super absorbent, and they dry quickly too.

I have just dyed the dd's ones yellow so there is less mixing up.
[too sensible for my own good]

sherby Wed 15-Jul-09 16:24:30

sod it just went past dunelm earlier

will look tomorrow

Lucycat Thu 16-Jul-09 12:35:39

Remember slubber that thrtrick is to pat yourself dry with them rather than rub as the water just moves around your body rather than being absorbed.

we have them too fab things but you will also need hand cream as they set your teeth on edge if you have dry, scratchety hands. Not that you do of course! wink

Now off to sort the dd's clothes out for next week.

Slubberdegullion Thu 16-Jul-09 14:19:48

<practices 'the pat'>

<moisturises hands>

Alambil Thu 16-Jul-09 16:38:45

how big are they?

Slubberdegullion Fri 17-Jul-09 21:18:14

um maybe 80 x 40 cm. Size of a biggish hand towel.

raspberrytart Fri 17-Jul-09 21:38:50

Fart, I have just bought super expensive micro towels from Cotswold.(Tries to convince self they will not be as good as Dunelm bloody Mill and will need washing a trillian times before use)
Sigh

MumHadEnough Sun 19-Jul-09 14:15:02

They are very good, I posted a thread a few weeks ago back when they were first reduced to £3. Pah at them being cheaper now! angry

Mung Sun 19-Jul-09 21:48:35

I can also vouch for them being good. I bought mine after seeing the other thread on here. I may get a couple more now they are only 99p.

I do wish they had them in another colour other than white though.

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