What y'all using for disposable shop rags? We have been using Kimberly-Clark L30 wipes. Buying them by the case from Amazon is a pretty good deal. However, they are great as a general wipe rag but have the tendency to break down when used with cleaners or typical automotive fluids.
It is time to buy more and curious what your suggestions are.
I use shop towels brand blue towels, and a good friend with his own shop gives me a bag of red rags that once dirty i put in a box and return to him, and then i get another clean bag and he dumps them in with his dirty rags and get cleaned with his service.
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I like using these: Scott Shop Towels
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Ditto on the scott shop towels, they hold up to brake clean, degreaser, brake fluid, etc.I get mine at Sams club in the 12 pack, that way they are less than two dollars a roll instead of 5 bucks at walmart.
I'm sure the above mentioned Scott's are a better idea, but as an alternative Harbor Freight shop towels are of little use after washing so I use them, or at least what I have, as disposable (er, I mean "single use", want to be PC).
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Mill end painters rags.
Thanks for the feedback, picked up a few rolls of the Scotts blue rags to try.
Where do you find the Mill end painter rags?
Mill end painters rags are t-shirt scraps. You can buy them about any paint store. We used to get them from the local knitting mills.
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