- Ever wondered how a white t-shirt is made? Long sheets of cloth are stacked on top of each other. The outline of a t-shirt is cut out of the sheets of cloth then transported to the sewing department to be sewed together. This eventually forms what you know as a t-shirt. During the outline cutting process, thousands of pounds of excess cloth is left over. In steps ALL RAGS! We take that excess cloth, cut it to size (approximately 15x15) to make the new white t-shirt rags. This material is pre-consumer mill end cotton. Essentially meaning that the rags are t-shirt material that was never made into a t-shirt. If you don’t want to use recycled wiping cloths, then the new white knits are a great option for all of your general wiping needs. They are low lint, light to medium weight, and have much more consistent cuts when compared to the recycled t-shirt rags. They may not absorb quite as well as the recycled knits, but if you are looking for a prettier and more standard rag, this is the wiping cloth grade for you! P.S. They work great for cleaning windows streak free.
- This wiping cloth grade falls into the non-bleed category. When used with acetones, solvents and other chemicals that could potentially cause color to leave the material, this grade WILL NOT bleed color. If you are just needing a rag for general wiping, you may want to check out a colored cloth option. The colored rags offer a price savings compared to the non-bleed options. If you need a rag that won’t bleed color, this grade is for you!