Ive finally worn out all the kitchen towels Ive been gifted over the years. You know, the ones with scenes of Paris or pictures of Italian wine bottles, and am on a quest.
Needs: 1) an all-purpose kitchen towel, preferably just plain white, no cutesy-poo designs or editorial comments, to wipe up spills, use as a potholder, dry pots and roasting pans. The usual. 2) towels on which I can dry pasta. The two towels need not be the same.
Problems: I bought bar wipes and love them for their absorbancy. But they stain something awful and fall into shreds when bleached. I also tried an 80% polyester/20% nylon microfiber towel. Great for dusting and drying glassware (which I dont usually do anyway), but they stain just as easily, arent any good for drying pasta, and cant be bleached either.
Any recommendations and/or sources for me?