|Product Depth (in.)||4 in||Product Height (in.)||12 in|
|Product Width (in.)||12 in||Rag/Cloth Length (in.)||12|
|Rag/Cloth Width (in.)||13.6|
|Color/Finish||white||Features||No Additional Features|
|Package Quantity||50||Paint Cloth Type||Painter's Rags|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Rags and Cloths||Product Type||Rags & Cloths|
|Product Weight (lb.)||1.12 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
A: No, like paper. Bringing back
A: I dont believe so. Just use them and throw them away.
A: Yes they are 100% cotton
A: Depends on your definition, or purpose, of breathable. Its cloth so it is breathable. If youre thinking of using these for make shift face masks I dont recommend that.
A: Haha. I suppose so. The rags are kind of small for use as a face mask. The cloth may be uneasy to breath in as well. I think the fiber concern is void since the cloth is woven like a t-shirt and the material is cotton.
A: I would not use this for face masks. Youre wasting your time and money trying to make face masks if the materials are not rated for protection. And you give your self false hopes.
A: These are the opposite of lint-free. They claim to be lint-free, but they generate about as much lint as a pet, the only difference being these need to be agitated across a surface, while a pet generates the lint without moving.
A: I believe so I walk some of mine in regular detergent
A: They are T-shirt fabric no lent
A: I never noticed lint droppings from the rags as I was using them. After a lot of use with one rag rubbing on a surface of wood they do pill, but none came off on the surface I was staining.
A: These are actually PAPER, not fabric. I recommend you don't bother buying them.