:??hi… can you make dish rags from 100% acrylic :shrug: I need to make a huge amount and have alot of this wool only.:tap:
They’re not very absorbent, from what I understand. The water kind of sits in the spaces rather than soaking in the fiber, if you know what I mean.
Cotton is best, but I’ve also used microfiber and it works pretty well.
Acrylic isn’t very absorbent, but if you use a pattern with some texture it should hold enough water to scrub a dish or wipe the counter. On the plus side, it dries faster than cotton and, like cotton, can be machine washed. Bottom line: cotton is perfect for the purpose but if what you’ve got is acrylic, it’ll do.
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3][COLOR=darkorchid]Acrylic dishcloths work great for scrubbing…just like a plastic scrubby does. They don’t work well at all for wiping down counter tops, tables, etc., and of course are worthless for cleaning up spills.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]
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[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=3][COLOR=#9932cc]An ideal one would be a combo of cotton and acrylic.:teehee:[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT]