Shamwow is a towel that’s a chamois and sponge, too. It washes, dries and polishes any surface. A regular towel doesn’t work wet but Shamwow works wet or dry. It’s extremely absorbent and can be used over and over. Shamwow holds 12X its weight in liquid and it doesn’t drip or make a mess. Shamwow easily removes cola, wine and pet stain. It’s great for everything and for everyday use. Shamwow is economical, too, as it’s going to last up to 10 years. It’s the better choice to paper towels that you have to buy regularly yet they don’t do half the job that Shamwow does.
Shamwow takes care of all your wiping needs. You can use it wet or dry. When you’re done using it, wring it out and throw it in the washing machine. It’s bleachable, too. Shamwow will not scratch any surface so you can use it with ease. Cut Shamwow in half. Use one as a bath mat and you can drain dishes on the other. You can also use it as a towel to dry your pets after a bath. There’s a lot of use you can get out of Shamwow. It takes the place of paper towels, sponges, scouring pads and more. It’s so economical because it lasts a long time.
The cost of Shamwow is $19.99 plus $7.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Shamwow by paying an extra fee of $7.95 for a total price of $35.89.
Shamwow is a fabric product for the home that will act as a towel, sponge, wet cloth, or polishing cloth. It is effective whether it’s wet or dry, and will clean up common household messes such as pet dirt and wine and soda spills. It comes in two different sizes, large (20 by 23 inches) and mini (15 by 15 inches), and the large versions can be cut in half. The product is machine washable and even bleachable, although you must avoid putting it in the dryer. Shamwows won’t wear out for 10 or even more years.
German engineers have designed the Shamwow’s fabric to be super-absorbent, so it can hold up to 12 times its weight in liquid. If you spill a liquid such as soda on a counter or table, it will soak up about half the mess without the application of pressure, and once you add pressure, there will be no trace of your spill. The product’s fabric resembles rayon and feels like new felt due to the way it’s woven, but after it gets wet, it feels like soft leather. It always remains soft enough that it won’t scratch any surfaces or objects.
The Shamwow feels soft like chamois leather, but unlike a chamois leather cloth, it won’t harden as it dries, and it can absorb much more water than those do. Unlike some standard cleaning rags, it works whether wet or dry, and doesn’t require the application of heavy pressure to any surface in order to remove the evidence of your messes and spills. Furthermore, the product is more effective than most towels and sponges as it doesn’t drip and will soak up a lot more liquid in one use. It is also likely to last longer than these products as well.
When you’re looking for a new cleaning product, you likely want one that works effectively, and you probably desire one that’s going to last a long time as well. Shamwow fits both of these criteria, with a minimum life of 10 years and a wide variety of cleaning capabilities. Once you have this product, you won’t have to purchase sponges, towels, and washcloths so frequently, and you will also be able to drastically cut back on your paper towel use.
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Great product, so useful a no brainer. Some people have an axe in their hands to be disruptive and dishonest, most likely a competitive competitor losing on points.
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Absolutely awful. I do not and will never recommend this horrendous product. This makes me want to burn every factory that makes this product to the ground. How dare they.
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