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i prefer zwipes. amazon basic clothes, the yellow and blue colour will come off in the washing machine and stain the white and each other. the colour stains are pretty bad. the edges of zwipes are stronger
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· December 8, 2014
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To help clarify GSM: The standard measurement for weight and quality of fabrics is grams per square meter, usually abbreviated as GSM.
Metric measurements are generally the most common place but some clothing items are still marked in Imperial weights (OZ or OZ/yd2 = ounces per yard squared)
The important thing to st… see more
To help clarify GSM: The standard measurement for weight and quality of fabrics is grams per square meter, usually abbreviated as GSM.
Metric measurements are generally the most common place but some clothing items are still marked in Imperial weights (OZ or OZ/yd2 = ounces per yard squared)
The important thing to state here is that all of the terms above are measurements of weight, specifically the fabric weight when talking clothing. For example a T Shirt may be listed as 185gsm and another may be listed as 5.5oz the outcome is that these are basically the same as 5.5oz = 186 GMS
You can work out any conversion of OZ & GSM by using the following calculation
5.5oz x 33.906 = 186.48 GSM
185gsm / 33.906 = 5.45oz see less
To help clarify GSM: The standard measurement for weight and quality of fabrics is grams per square meter, usually abbreviated as GSM.
Metric measurements are generally the most common place but some clothing items are still marked in Imperial weights (OZ or OZ/yd2 = ounces per yard squared)
The important thing to state here is that all of the terms above are measurements of weight, specifically the fabric weight when talking clothing. For example a T Shirt may be listed as 185gsm and another may be listed as 5.5oz the outcome is that these are basically the same as 5.5oz = 186 GMS
You can work out any conversion of OZ & GSM by using the following calculation
5.5oz x 33.906 = 186.48 GSM
185gsm / 33.906 = 5.45oz

bytemarks
· October 23, 2014
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15.5" x 12"
musiclover13
· May 30, 2013
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Absolutely! That's what I use mine for! They work great! And as long as you follow the care instructions and don't use fabric softener, they last for a long time.
ChNiRuTo
· March 17, 2015
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Personally I wouldn't unless you wash them several times. Even now I see fibers after I use them. Not very many but they are still around. I would suggest using coffee filters for the firearm.
Keri
· September 27, 2014
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They are made in China. But they really are great for all kinds of uses - especially for cleaning glass!
Patricia McDermott
· August 12, 2013
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Both. For quick dusting I use them dry. For a good cleaning - damp. That's furniture, countertops, baseboards, you name it. When I use it damp, I always follow with a dry buff. LOVE them! My house has never been cleaner!
Oregana
· December 20, 2015
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They should be fine, but I can't think of any reason to use them over standard dish towels.
Mikey
· January 8, 2016
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Yes, they are. I bought them for cleaning things like walls and baseboards, but now I use them for everything. I clean houses professionally, and instead of carrying a bag of various cleaning cloths, paper towels, etc., I only carry these micro fiber cloths. I launder them and they come out as good as new. I love them!
Mary Ann
· January 29, 2015
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Did you wash in hot water? I washed mine in cold water and did not have any shrinkage. I could see how hand washing would help them last longer.
mimiroo
· January 15, 2015