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    Guess what he's trying to say is how bad it is. i.e. Practically unusable.

    either that or, it is a very wonderful product like sanitary pad.. can absorb but doesn't get "wet". lock moisture inside. keep the skin dry.. hmm.... why army need those......?

    Quote Originally Posted by ahbian View Post
    Towel won't get wet, how to soak up sweat and water?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xxdoggyxx View Post
    Yes. Use those army towel... They are thick but not that thick. (What am i talking about???)
    They absorb sweat/water fast. The magic about it is that. Unless you soak it in water, The towel NEVER get wet.

    Ps. Its the green color de...
    I use the towel to wipe myself after bathing. Book out. Book in again at 2359, and it's still wet (and smelly)!

    That was quite a number of years ago... But seriously, what are you talking about?

    Anyways, I'm looking for a travel towel too. Didn't see any when I went down to get myself a new backpack at army market.

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    Guys, I had bought the travel towel from campus corner. BIG enough to wipe my face.

    I tried on today's Formula Drift. It works! Stay dry and ordourless.
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    I use a micro-fiber towel for my travel. It takes up very little space in the bag. You can get one from the dive equipment shops - one of them is Dive@SG on level 1 of Landmark Hotel - shop faces North Bridge Road.

    But do take note that the feel takes getting used to. It feels a little leatherly, unlike soft comfy cotton

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    Thanks for the headsup!

    Shall find the time next weekend to check it out. Wondering how much I should be expecting to spend for a face towel size?

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