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You Never Knew You Needed These Cotton Towel Napkins Until You Saw They Were 55 Percent Off

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce
 I bet you never knew you needed flour sack towels. You thought you could get away constantly drying dishes with rags, or else setting your table with cheap paper napkins. Why you didn’t consider flour sack towels, I’ll never know. But perhaps it had something to do with the fact that they were not 55 percent off until today.

These 130-thread count cotton napkins have multitudinous uses. The product description notes that “they have been used to proof bread, strain sauces, make cheese and dehydrate fruit.” Those functions aren’t terribly useful to me, but the fact that they “make a pretty lining for a bowl of hot dinner rolls or plate of cookies”? That’s more my speed. They can also obviously be used as dining napkins (due to their highly absorbent nature) and even for craft projects.

Today only, two different sets – one set of 28″ x 28″ and one set of 33″ by 38″ napkins – are 55 percent off.

Normally $37, this 12-set of towel napkins is 55 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $37, this 12-set of flour sack towels is 55 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Cotton Kitchen Napkin Flour Sack Towel in Natural Color, 28 inch x 28 inch, Set of 12 by Linen and Towel on sale for $16.49

 

Normally $37, this set of 7 flower sack towels is 55 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $37, this set of 7 flour sack towels is 55 percent off today (Photo via Amazon)

Linen and Towel Cotton Kitchen Napkin Flour Sack Towel in Natural Color, 33 inch x 38 inch, Set of 7 on sale for $16.49

Want to know how lauded these flour sack towels are? Check out the customer rating for the 33″ x 38″ set:

Amazon screenshot

Amazon screenshot

A whopping 93 percent of the nearly 200 customers gave it a perfect 5 out of 5 star score. Wild.

Multitudinous uses (Photo via Amazon)

Multitudinous uses (Photo via Amazon)

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