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Please recommend a good muslin cloth

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macnab Tue 30-Dec-14 17:44:49

I recently started using Superdrug's naturally radiant hot cloth cleanser at night (and find it brilliant) It only came with one cloth though, and I'm finding that even just a few weeks of daily use have left it a bit worn so I'd like to stock up.on a few more.

Where do I buy the cloth on its own? Are they all the same quality? Does it really matter or should I just use a normal facecloth?!

fatherpeeweestairmaster Tue 30-Dec-14 18:04:09

I use normal flannels, the nice Egyptian cotton ones from John Lewis. Buy lots in the sale, use one a day, throw into a hot wash at the end of the week. Feels a lot less faffy than unfolding and wringing out a teeny little muslin too.

CleanLinesSharpEdges Tue 30-Dec-14 18:22:18

I use normal flannels, about 39p each in superdrug. I got loads of muslin cloths from Liz Earle but found them too harsh.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Tue 30-Dec-14 18:26:52

I have some Liz Earle ones and I bought a pack of Sainsburys Dirty Works which are similar.

Flannels are too soft for me (I buy loads of these to wash my body with though)

I got a two pack from boots (can't remember which ones) that have one normal side and one kinda 'quilted' side that isn't really quilted as such but has the texture/pattern and is a little thicker.

RojaGato Tue 30-Dec-14 19:38:25

I get organic cotton flannels online from Greenfibres, last much longer.

christinarossetti Tue 30-Dec-14 20:20:52

I cut up the ones I used for my babies!

Paperblank Tue 30-Dec-14 20:30:45

I use flannels - the cheaper ones are great for me but can be quite rough. My favourite ones came from the local Indian restaurant! I asked if I could have a couple and they happily obliged.

Madaboutthrows Tue 30-Dec-14 20:40:07

Home bargains do them/ did them for around 79p

andadietcoke Tue 30-Dec-14 20:42:17

I use the Ikea flannels - White ones that come in a pack of about 10 in the kids/nursery section.

bawabod Tue 30-Dec-14 20:43:12

Body shop muslin cloths are great, I use them with Liz Earle products and/or the body shop cleansing oil they work well using both these products that have such different textures.

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