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woodelf | 12:45 Tue 07th Jul 2020 | Home & Garden
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Can anyone remember - though I bet they're still about - tea towels that were/are in either blue and white or blue/yellow or red/green and longer than wide and the colours in a squarish type of pattern and used for drying dishes, etc and usually sold in multi-packs. I can't remember the name of them and I need this at least to look on Amazon, for example...I hope that's enough info! Ta Muchly and Take Care All!

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i have some still, check tea towels, not sure if they have a name unless its Terry towels which rings a bell someplace.
that's them I think.. mum used to have loads, but I bought mine from various outlets, including wilco...
I just looked on Sainsbury's website and they're £5 for 5. I searched for "Tea Towels" and they gots lots of choice.
mine are orange and white squares, and some are lemon with white squares, I have had them for some time.
Hi wood elf. I think at some time in the past they may have been referred to as * glassware drying cloths * The nearest I can find are on amazon .
I buy mine from Amazon.
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Hi Emmie, Anne, Shoota and BHG, I'm very sorry not to reply sooner, but I had checked to receive an email, but I must have forgotten to do so, so Very Many Thanks for all your help and it looks like the amazon links work for what I'm looking for, so Many Thanks again guys.
You can buy them in any of the Pound type shops on the high street.
but the quality isn't that good.
Well, no, Emmie, they're a pound. :-)
i know,,
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Now, now, no squabbling - and even then, some of the reviews on Amazon aren't too good either!

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