Old boyfriends' sweatshirts cut up into pieces. This is what you get when you take a bunch of jilted girlfriends and put them into a room with their old boyfriends' grey sweatshirts. A bunch of cut-up sweatshirts that make great rags and happy women.
You can use these with chemicals without the risk of color bleed. Who said grey was boring?
This is what you get when you jam approximately 125 recycled Gray Cotton Sweatshirt Rags into one Poly Bag. 25 pounds of super compressed rags. Now put 40 of those on a pallet and you have this—a 1,000 pound skid of rags.
When you need a lot of absorbent rags, we've got you covered, in friggin' rags!
I almost forgot to mention, we use anti-slip bags so they stay in place on a pallet, no sliding off. We think of everything! Well almost everything...if only I would have remembered to put on deodorant this morning my coworkers would be a lot happier.
Unless you are superman, this item requires a loading dock that will work with semi-trucks.
Recycled sweatshirts are generally more absorbent than t-shirt material and bulkier. Great for spills. Preferred by petroleum, abatement and environmental companies. Economically priced.
We start by recycling used clothing from various sources. We have people that remove the buttons, pins and zippers then randomly cut into approximately 18" x 18" pieces and packaged. This is recycled clothing that has been converted into wiping cloths and rags. Processed and packaged in the USA!