Tip of the day - cool towel

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I bought a cool towel a couple of years ago and they are brilliant. You wet them, squeeze out the excess and put them round your neck or whatever. They stay really cold for ages. For about £8 they are worth having this time of year. Lots of choice and you can get them in lots of places but here’s one on Amazon to give you an idea of what to look for.

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Oxgirl wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 9:29 am I bought a cool towel a couple of years ago and they are brilliant. You wet them, squeeze out the excess and put them round your neck or whatever. They stay really cold for ages. For about £8 they are worth having this time of year. Lots of choice and you can get them in lots of places but here’s one on Amazon to give you an idea of what to look for.

The look interesting, if I buy one it will be a sure fire way to end the heatwave.Getting the fans down from the loft is another!
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Could be useful when working in the warmer weather just to wipe your sweaty face now and again but no doubt has many uses. Available from about £1.70 each when bought in a multipack. Hmmm :Thinking:
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We issue these to our workers in hot climates. They get issued credits on their ID cards and get them from PPE vending machines - pre soaked and refrigerated. I have a few from when I worked in Texas - they work surprising well. :thumbsup:
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I've just bought one off Ebay for £2 delivered to try.
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That's a good product. If it was full of gin with a straw attached it'd be better :thumbsup:
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I wonder if they could make shorts out of the same material? Would be an ideal solution to the current Betty Swallocks situation !
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mattjb wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 5:07 pm I wonder if they could make shorts out of the same material? Would be an ideal solution to the current Betty Swallocks situation !
I’d like a full clothing range!
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mattjb wrote: Thu Jul 22, 2021 5:07 pm I wonder if they could make shorts out of the same material? Would be an ideal solution to the current Betty Swallocks situation !
Just leave your fly open! :D
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