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Bounty® DuraTowel® Paper Towels, 2-Ply, 11" x 11", White, 48 Sheets Per Roll, Pack Of 2 Rolls Item # 587966
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Great paper towel option for tough spills and quick cleanup
- The disposable white paper towels can be used in place of a dishcloth and tossed after use.
- Easily wipe up spills, drips and other messes with no fuss.
- A reliable solution for cleaning counters, table and appliances.
- Features a dishcloth-inspired design and an embossed pattern for cloth-like strength.
|Number Of Sheets Per Unit||48|
|paper towel size||11" x 11"|
|Roll Type||perforated household roll|
|total number of sheets||96|
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At a Glance
- Only Bounty DuraTowel® is clinically proven to be 3X cleaner than a germy dishcloth
- Cloth-like, but without the millions of germs
- Also available in Select-a-Size®
Features & Benefits
Clinically proven cleaner
Only Bounty DuraTowel® is clinically proven to be 3X cleaner than a germy dishcloth.
Roll Size Comparison
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A: Bounty Select-a-Size is perfect for spills both big and small, so you can always be sure you have the right-size sheet for the job.
Q: Is it true that Bounty makes napkins?
A: Yes, Bounty does make napkins. Bounty Quilted Napkins® have the quilts and strength we've all come to trust. Available in Everyday prints and Select prints.
Q: Is it OK to use Bounty paper towels to clean my plastic eyeglass lenses?
A: Most opticians do not recommend using paper products to clean plastic lenses. Paper comes from wood. Wood fibers, even though very soft, can damage sensitive plastics. Check with your optician to see what is recommended for cleaning your plastic lenses.