Reviewed by sarah from chicago on Sunday, October 27, 2013
the pattern is printed-on, not woven-in. this type of towel is supposed to be lint free for dishes. a small amount of lint came off these in the dryer, unlike my existing towels which are lint free. they are not nice enough to give as a gift but will get used at home.
Reviewed by Trillium from oregon on Sunday, September 22, 2013
These towels are soft, but they are very thin. They come out of the dryer looking rather ruffled. I actually ironed them to see it if would help - it did, but I'm not in the habit of ironing my kitchen towels. I think this is a case of you get what you pay.
Reviewed by carole from Queens, NY on Monday, September 9, 2013
This is the type of dishcloth that is best for drying dishes because it is not at all linty, dries the dishes well and then itself dries quickly so you don't have a soggy terry cloth type towel hanging uselessly in your kitchen. It was attractive as well.
Reviewed by Vegas Lou from Nevada on Thursday, September 5, 2013
I just got a set and absolutely love them. They aren't fancy looking by any means, but they are very high quality and extremely durable. I went back to order 2 more sets, now all the towels in my kitchen finally match. Great towels!
Reviewed by Anonymous from California on Tuesday, July 23, 2013
These towels are soft, flexible, and absorbent — but they are very thin, much thinner than the Lintex towels I have bought in the past. They held up fine through the first three washings; time will tell whether they are durable.