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Microfibre Shower Towel £3.99 INSTORE at ALDI from Thursday 27th September
Microfibre Shower Towel £3.99 INSTORE at ALDI from Thursday 27th September

Microfibre Shower Towel £3.99 INSTORE at ALDI from Thursday 27th September

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From Thursday, ALDI are selling 2 microfibre hand towels or 1 shower towel for £3.99. I think this is a great price for microfibre towels. Available in 4 colours.

These lightweight towels dry out quickly - perfect for when you're travelling around. Choose from: two Hand Towels (50 x 90cm) or one Shower Towel (70 x 120cm).

16 Comments

Great for drying the car!

Original Poster

Never thought about using them on a car! We're getting some for our sailing holiday in Greece next year.

Shower towels £1.99 & Hand towel £1.19 in Home Bargains

Yeah always in HB, have a few. Not cold though as they are only up North.

I'm in the midlands and we have HBs, not everything north of the M25 is actually north in the context of our country!

Tyranicus66

Great for drying the car!



These are epic for drying the car, nothing touches a microfibre towel. They soak up the water and more importantly don't scratch the bodywork.

They're good for shower/bath towels, but just bare in mind they'll last longer then cotton towels, but aren't able to be recycled as easy if not at all. They are made from various synthetic materials.


Edited by: "got_the_feelin" 24th Sep 2012

Tek monkey. You describe your geographical location as being "in the midlands" the midlands are north of the south of England. There are very few HB's in the South of England.

Do these need washing a few times before they actually dry you?

Fair enough, I guess if I lived in Dover then londoners would also be northerners. Pretty sure I saw a HB in Bath, but no idea where they have stores TBH.

tek-monkey

Fair enough, I guess if I lived in Dover then londoners would also be … Fair enough, I guess if I lived in Dover then londoners would also be northerners. Pretty sure I saw a HB in Bath, but no idea where they have stores TBH.



Their website will tell you where their stores are. It's true that mostly they are 'oop north' but I've got one close to me here in London so I can take advantage of the bargains.

Unfortunately my nearest B&M though appears to be in Slough, so that's a no no

We have two HB in Bristol, so not just northern.
However, this i think this is still a good deal. Voted hot!

barry76

Tek monkey. You describe your geographical location as being "in the … Tek monkey. You describe your geographical location as being "in the midlands" the midlands are north of the south of England. There are very few HB's in the South of England.



Well I live in the proper north and we call the midlands the south. At the very least it is the middle, neither n or s. The midlands is barely half way up the uk so what do you call people who live in Scotland, the ultra northerners?
Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 25th Sep 2012

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Edited by: "BeerGoggles" 25th Sep 2012

These are great for travelling as well. The light weight and compact nature of them allows you to stash them in your luggage easily.
=)

BeerGoggles

Well I live in the proper north and we call the midlands the south. At … Well I live in the proper north and we call the midlands the south. At the very least it is the middle, neither n or s. The midlands is barely half way up the uk so what do you call people who live in Scotland, the ultra northerners?



I used to live in Southampton with a geordie, so was a southerner to him but a northerner to the locals. I've always just conisdered gloucester to manchester the middle, anything below the south and anything above the north. North of the wall and you're scottish, not northern. Maybe they have the same issue, damn southern scottish shandy drinkers!

I'm from Shetland, you're all Southerners.
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