24 pack Microfibre household & car cleaning cloths.£5.50 @ Asda instore
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24 pack Microfibre household & car cleaning cloths.£5.50 @ Asda instore

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LocalFound 1st Feb 2017
Found these 24 pack of microfibre cleaning cloths at half price in Asda. Was on car cleaning section aisle.

3 colours in each pack. Works out cheaper than those which normally cost 3 for a £1.
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I use these everyday at work, they are very good quality cloths.They usually cost £3 for 6 or £10 for 24.

However the 6 pack are very often on sale at £2.

This is a very good deal, very hot from me.
Edited by: "JmeBud" 3rd Feb 2017
good find op, heat added
i hope this is a nationwide deal
heat
which store?
Nowt in Southport :-(
Anyone know what size these are?
Showing as £11 in Widnes Asda but scanned at £5.50!!
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kiera2

Anyone know what size these are?



​Approx 40 x 30 cm..
Amazon basics microfibres are also good and quite often on offer
Good find, thank you.
The best I have found (and have tried a few) are from Costco - costco.co.uk/vie…160 36 instore are usually £10-12. Not sure on the asda size but the Costco ones are quite large!
jonohanson

The best I have found (and have tried a few) are from Costco - … The best I have found (and have tried a few) are from Costco - http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/kirkland-signature-ultra-plush-microfibre-towels-36-pack-713160 36 instore are usually £10-12. Not sure on the asda size but the Costco ones are quite large!


At the price they are I always seem to drop a pack of these in the trolley. No brainer at £12
a few packs left in west bridgford Nottingham - HTH! someone :-)
They are absolute crap cloths. Not worth a penny each. Cold from me
Don't put them in the washing machine!
Got these reduced last year 3:50 great they are still got a couple in the box haha used about 5-6 per week wash and wallaaaaaaa brand new certainly better than those yellow cotton ones
Raheel2468

Got these reduced last year 3:50 great they are still got a couple in the … Got these reduced last year 3:50 great they are still got a couple in the box haha used about 5-6 per week wash and wallaaaaaaa brand new certainly better than those yellow cotton ones


Don't want to intrude on a thread about cloths but I think you will find that's Voila. It's French unlike the cloths.
Edited by: "Petetobin" 1st Feb 2017
Petetobin

Don't want to intrude on a thread about cloths but I think you will find … Don't want to intrude on a thread about cloths but I think you will find that's Voila. It's French unlike the cloths.


Don't want to intrude on an intruding post, but I think you will find it is actually "voila". It doesn't need capitalisation in the middle of a sentence, unlike "France".
Walaaaa is an Urdu word denoting pleasantly surprised or wow, so to assume it was meant to be French at all is a bit premature?.....
melym

Walaaaa is an Urdu word denoting pleasantly surprised or wow, so to … Walaaaa is an Urdu word denoting pleasantly surprised or wow, so to assume it was meant to be French at all is a bit premature?.....



I speak Urdu, and when I read your original comment it did seem like you meant to write voila. You can't just throw a random word from a random language and expect an English speaking person to get it.

Anyway, picked up a pack today, was labelled at £11, but scanned at £5.50!
lots available in Nuneaton too
marked down as £5.50
seems a good quality cloth for the price.
allnott

Don't put them in the washing machine!


I wash these all the time, on high heat. The key is to not mix the colours!
azeem_

I speak Urdu, and when I read your original comment it did seem like you … I speak Urdu, and when I read your original comment it did seem like you meant to write voila. You can't just throw a random word from a random language and expect an English speaking person to get it.Anyway, picked up a pack today, was labelled at £11, but scanned at £5.50!



Sorryyyy I did mean that just in joy everyone chillax
LionelRichieFan

Don't want to intrude on an intruding post, but I think you will find it … Don't want to intrude on an intruding post, but I think you will find it is actually "voila". It doesn't need capitalisation in the middle of a sentence, unlike "France".



True. I normally use it as a standalone sentence. Voila!
£11 in great bridge
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