Sainsburys - Clearance on towels, colours: Teal, Duck Egg and Coral  BATH SHEET
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Sainsburys - Clearance on towels, colours: Teal, Duck Egg and Coral BATH SHEET

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Found 16th Jan 2014
Made from 100% cotton, they're absorbent and soft against the skin. To clean, simply machine wash at 40°C.

Measurements:

The hand towel measures 90x50cm. £1.35
The bath towel measures 130x70cm. £2.25
The bath sheet measures 150x100cm. £3.45

What you can't get online you may be able to get in store if you're quick. I have seen them in Alphington Exeter this morning. Should be at all other stores too.

Other colours are HALF PRICE

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Thanks

Thanx ordered

Just check it no option for delivery in store.

Standard delivery in 3-5 days £3.95 need to be added in the title ...
Edited by: "pantaiema" 16th Jan 2014

You can order online & collect for free but minimum spend for that is £15 :-((

Ordered 4 bath sheets and bath towel plus delivery £20 good deal! Good reviews on them

can only find coral, wheres teal?

Towels that can only be washed at 40 degrees C are not hygienic and a sign of cheap quality.
They are cheap, actually

I remember a time when you could easily buy towels that could be washed at 100 degrees C.

loads in swadlincote store. ive just been and bought 6 and there are alot of all 3 of the colours.

bought these on offer 3 weeks ago good quality

Banned

MaximusRo

Towels that can only be washed at 40 degrees C are not hygienic and a … Towels that can only be washed at 40 degrees C are not hygienic and a sign of cheap quality. They are cheap, actually :)I remember a time when you could easily buy towels that could be washed at 100 degrees C.



I guess all those clothes that are washable at 40 are "unhygienic" too?

This site really has got more than its fair share.....

Doh!

Bonacentral

I guess all those clothes that are washable at 40 are "unhygienic" … I guess all those clothes that are washable at 40 are "unhygienic" too?This site really has got more than its fair share.....Doh!


Yeah, all skin contact clothes especially modern lingerie that has all sorts of lycra/poliester fibre and cannot be washed at more than 40, are not hygienic mate.
No need to get all upset about it. This is why you are advised to wash cloths at over 60 to keep them hygienic.
Tourism laws also imposes regulations about washing bed sheets, towels etc at over 90.
Special washing machines have 100 programmes.

This seems like a fantastic offer, but I found the towels in question to be a tad on the thin side. A bit like drying your self on a pillow case. I prefer a thicker, more luxurious and downy drying experience.

Good spot x

Heat Added, just stocked up the Linen cupboard.

Nice deal, ordered a few items, Thanks OP

Coral and Teal bath sheets - In stock when I put them in the basket. Out of stock by the time I got to checkout!

all seem to be out of stock

MaximusRo

Yeah, all skin contact clothes especially modern lingerie that has all … Yeah, all skin contact clothes especially modern lingerie that has all sorts of lycra/poliester fibre and cannot be washed at more than 40, are not hygienic mate.No need to get all upset about it. This is why you are advised to wash cloths at over 60 to keep them hygienic.Tourism laws also imposes regulations about washing bed sheets, towels etc at over 90.Special washing machines have 100 programmes.



OMG WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEE!

For what it's worth - fair number of the teal ones in the Wood Green (north London) store

MaximusRo

Tourism laws also imposes regulations about washing bed sheets, towels … Tourism laws also imposes regulations about washing bed sheets, towels etc at over 90.



Are you talking about The Towels for Tourists (Boil Wash Only) Regulations 2001?
Edited by: "moob" 16th Jan 2014

Plenty left in burnley store..

moob

OMG WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEE!


Will you die from food poisoning from poor hygiene kitchens? No, at list most of the times.
Most of the times, nothing will happen.

That doesn't mean a dirty kitchen is ok.

Polyester underwear can and do increase chances of all kind of infections.

Improperly sanitised towels will spread skin problems from one person to another, and so on.

Got a load this afternoon. They had masses.

Middlesbrough sainsburys have shelves full of all three colours if it helps anyone

moob

OMG WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEE!



Well we all will do eventually, but they already recommend not washing smalls with other clothes at 30 degrees as microbes multiply. Hot enough to remove dirt, but not hot enough to remove infectious items. Always washed my towels and bedding (bed mites) at 60 for this very reason, to remove the nastys you cannot see

still stock in Northumberland Park store . plenty of all in the other colours too.

Loads of different colours and sizes in Hastings store this afternoon !!!!

MaximusRo

Will you die from food poisoning from poor hygiene kitchens? No, at list … Will you die from food poisoning from poor hygiene kitchens? No, at list most of the times.Most of the times, nothing will happen. That doesn't mean a dirty kitchen is ok.Polyester underwear can and do increase chances of all kind of infections.Improperly sanitised towels will spread skin problems from one person to another, and so on.


You know, I work in environmental health, and I'd never considered towels as a major vector of disease.

I will now take your info to my next liaison group whereupon I shall ensure a nationwide project is undertaken. Unless my colleagues have me certified first.

Northerndave

Well we all will do eventually, but they already recommend not washing … Well we all will do eventually, but they already recommend not washing smalls with other clothes at 30 degrees as microbes multiply. Hot enough to remove dirt, but not hot enough to remove infectious items. Always washed my towels and bedding (bed mites) at 60 for this very reason, to remove the nastys you cannot see


Given you're clearly an expert in microbiology, can you tell me what temperature and duration of immersion is required to completely eliminate E.coli O157 from ones towels?

I find myself increasingly blessed to have survived these 40+ years without sterilising everything I come into contact with.:{

moob

Given you're clearly an expert in microbiology, can you tell me what … Given you're clearly an expert in microbiology, can you tell me what temperature and duration of immersion is required to completely eliminate E.coli O157 from ones towels?I find myself increasingly blessed to have survived these 40+ years without sterilising everything I come into contact with.:{



Here you go smarty pants >>> from our own beloved NHS : http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/homehygiene/Pages/prevent-germs-from-spreading.aspx

Scroll down to the Laundry section and have a good read, then as you profess to work in Environmental Health, go into work tomorrow and resign your position !

ps A wash cycle that achieves 82 degrees celcius can be considered acceptable for removing E.coli O157
Edited by: "Northerndave" 16th Jan 2014

Northerndave

Here you go smarty pants from our own beloved NHS : … Here you go smarty pants >>> from our own beloved NHS : http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/homehygiene/Pages/prevent-germs-from-spreading.aspxScroll down to the Laundry section and have a good read, then as you profess to work in Environmental Health, go into work tomorrow and resign your position !ps A wash cycle that achieves 82 degrees celcius can be considered acceptable for removing E.coli O157


So the article you've just linked to in an attempt to prove your point says its acceptable to wash towels at 40, worst case 60 - then you go on to say those temperatures won't kill O157.

We're all DOOMED!!!

Here it is -

Laundry

Wash your hands after handling dirty laundry.
To prevent the spread of germs, all underwear, towels and household linen should be washed at 60°C (140°F) or at 40°C (104°F) with a bleach-based laundry product.
Run the washing machine on empty once a week, either at a high temperature or with a chemical disinfectant to prevent the growth of germs.
Don't leave laundry in the washing machine as any remaining germs can multiply rapidly
Edited by: "moob" 16th Jan 2014

moob

So the article you've just linked to in an attempt to prove your point … So the article you've just linked to in an attempt to prove your point says its acceptable to wash towels at 40, worst case 60 - then you go on to say those temperatures won't kill O157.We're all DOOMED!!!



Can you not read properly? 40 with a bleach-based laundry product. And tell me, how many towels do you use when preparing raw meat products. Here, I've pasted the relevant info as you seem a bit slack for an Env Health officer!

Laundry

Wash your hands after handling dirty laundry.
To prevent the spread of germs, all underwear, towels and household linen should be washed at 60°C (140°F) or at 40°C (104°F) with a bleach-based laundry product.
Run the washing machine on empty once a week, either at a high temperature or with a chemical disinfectant to prevent the growth of germs.
Don't leave laundry in the washing machine as any remaining germs can multiply rapidly.

Northerndave

Can you not read properly? 40 with a bleach-based laundry product. And … Can you not read properly? 40 with a bleach-based laundry product. And tell me, how many towels do you use when preparing raw meat products. Here, I've pasted the relevant info as you seem a bit slack for an Env Health officer!LaundryWash your hands after handling dirty laundry.To prevent the spread of germs, all underwear, towels and household linen should be washed at 60°C (140°F) or at 40°C (104°F) with a bleach-based laundry product.Run the washing machine on empty once a week, either at a high temperature or with a chemical disinfectant to prevent the growth of germs.Don't leave laundry in the washing machine as any remaining germs can multiply rapidly.


There are tons of detergents that contain bleach...notwithstanding the fact you've glossed over the 60 degree wash by your own submission being incapable of killing O157.

I remain confused as to why, considering I've washed towels at 40 for decades, as has everyone ive known and bothered to ask , yet no one has had a kidney transplant to date.

Please explain Dave...

Anyhoo Dave, I've got something to watch, and you've got towels to boil, so I'll call it a night. Its been...well, keech.

i would suggest moob and Northerndave get a room but i'm not sure they could agree on the bed linen

moob

Given you're clearly an expert in microbiology, can you tell me what … Given you're clearly an expert in microbiology, can you tell me what temperature and duration of immersion is required to completely eliminate E.coli O157 from ones towels?I find myself increasingly blessed to have survived these 40+ years without sterilising everything I come into contact with.:{


Moob, you are not only aggressive, but also generally unpleasant and incapable of having a decent conversation.

You are so wrong on so many levels:

1) I never said I am an expert on microbiology and neither did you.
2) Using the fact that you survived for 40+ years as an argument mate? Are you educated in any way what so ever, any degrees at all? I doubt it, as you would have learnt in school that is not a valid argument.

There are people known to survive AIDS, plague, spanish flue that killed millions others. If the survivors would use the "I survived" argument...

It is because of people like you that researchers in the past had to inject themselves with microbes and viruses to prove a point.

If people could not see microorganisms, they did not believe they existed.

These towels are not suitable for washing at 60 degrees. Clearly people do not use bleach cleaning products at 40.
Are you using them in your house when you wash your towels at 40 mate?

Even if you were right, what do you get in your pathetic life from being so aggressive?

There are already enough uninformed ignorant yougsters out there that do not understand why natural cotton linen is better than this plastic underwear from China that flooded the market. If you are 40+ and hopefully educated, clearly you should help spread information, not misinformation.

By the way, you cannot use bleach on colored towels, can you...
Edited by: "MaximusRo" 17th Jan 2014

MaximusRo

Moob, you are not only aggressive, but also generally unpleasant and … Moob, you are not only aggressive, but also generally unpleasant and incapable of having a decent conversation.You are so wrong on so many levels:1) I never said I am an expert on microbiology and neither did you.2) Using the fact that you survived for 40+ years as an argument mate? Are you educated in any way what so ever, any degrees at all? I doubt it, as you would have learnt in school that is not a valid argument.There are people known to survive AIDS, plague, spanish flue that killed millions others. If the survivors would use the "I survived" argument... It is because of people like you that researchers in the past had to inject themselves with microbes and viruses to prove a point.If people could not see microorganisms, they did not believe they existed.These towels are not suitable for washing at 60 degrees. Clearly people do not use bleach cleaning products at 40.Are you using them in your house when you wash your towels at 40 mate? Even if you were right, what do you get in your pathetic life from being so aggressive? There are already enough uninformed ignorant yougsters out there that do not understand why natural cotton linen is better than this plastic underwear from China that flooded the market. If you are 40+ and hopefully educated, clearly you should help spread information, not misinformation.By the way, you cannot use bleach on colored towels, can you...



BSc(Hons) and a professional diploma amongst others.

Can't believe you call me aggressive after that vitriolic outburst.

Get a grip.

They've got plenty at the Lincoln store.

moob

BSc(Hons) and a professional diploma amongst others.Can't believe you … BSc(Hons) and a professional diploma amongst others.Can't believe you call me aggressive after that vitriolic outburst.Get a grip.


And how dod you do your dissertation? Did you drawn your conslusions using the argument "one of the subjects survived, so it must be true"?
You also didn't respond to any of my points... do you use bleach cleaning products to wash your towels in your house usually?
And can you use bleach on colored towels?

Stop defending ignorance.

MaximusRo

And how dod you do your dissertation? Did you drawn your conslusions … And how dod you do your dissertation? Did you drawn your conslusions using the argument "one of the subjects survived, so it must be true"?You also didn't respond to any of my points... do you use bleach cleaning products to wash your towels in your house usually?And can you use bleach on colored towels?Stop defending ignorance.


Tell you what, you come up with a study using sound epidemiology where this topic is discussed and we can talk.

If you can't find one, I'd wager it generally isn't considered a risk to public health.

You should base any arguments on the classic Risk = Hazard x Exposure if you want to be taken seriously, and without any of those factors the equation fails.

The wife washes my towels, so I can't answer your pressing questions.
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