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Cleaning Rags

Cleaning Rags

We offer a variety of cleaning rags to meet your industry’s needs. From standard terry cloth washcloths found in kitchens, salons, or gyms to microfiber cleaning cloths acclaimed by cleaning services to the blue huck towels common in healthcare settings, we offer them all.
  • Brad Grossman
Grease Rags

Grease Rags

Need some rags that will hold up to in a heavy-duty environment and handle the tough things like grease and other industrial fluids? We’ve got you covered! Our manufacturing and automotive clients often use a combination of our industrial rag options.
  • Brad Grossman
Commercial Kitchen Towels

Commercial Kitchen Towels

Food service requires multiple kinds of rags for maximum effectiveness, and All Rags is pleased to supply the full spectrum of commercial kitchen needs. Disposable food service wipes are durable, absorbent, and sanitary, as are our DRC 1/4 fold disposable rags.
  • Brad Grossman
Buying Rags in Bulk

Buying Rags in Bulk

If you have questions about buying rags in bulk, we’d love to talk with you in person. Please give us a call at 888.335.6439 and ask about our discounted pricing on orders of 500 lbs. or more. If 500 lbs. is a little more than you were thinking when you said “bulk,” we would still love to talk with you and help you find the best product and deal to suit your needs.
  • Brad Grossman
Wiping Cloths for the Furniture, Cabinet, Casework, and Wood Refinishing Industries

Wiping Cloths for the Furniture, Cabinet, Casework, and Wood Refinishing Industries

Whether you sand, dust, stain, polish, oil, or wax furniture, All Rags manufactures and/or distributes the wiping cloths you need. According to our current customers in the furniture manufacturing industry, It’s ALL ABOUT THAT KNIT!
  • Brad Grossman
Five Benefits of Using Recycled Wiping Rags

Five Benefits of Using Recycled Wiping Rags

There are hundreds of types of wiping rags.  There are white cotton rags, microfiber rags, colored cotton rags, terry rags.  There are thick rags, thin rags, hemmed rags, differently shaped rags.  There are rags made from new material and rags made from post-consumer textile waste, also known as used clothing and textiles, or recycled rags.
  • Brad Grossman