The Coin Laundry

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Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Love these towels

7/18/2016 by Janice

I love these towels! I love the feel and texture and they dry everything so fast. No fuzz or streaks on glasses. And they wash well. So glad I bought them.

5

very satisfied

6/30/2016 by Kathryn Wright

this was a gift for a niece and she loved them

5

Fun and functional

6/20/2016 by Esther

Great as kitchen towels and for rolling out pies-

5

Hand Towels for Bathroom

4/28/2016 by Nancy

I am getting ready to order a couple of these towels for a bathroom I am doing. It will have a claw foot tub, Singer Sewing Machine cabinet will hold the sink, and my lights are Mason Jars. I am getting the Mason Jars and the Sewing Machine cabinet. So excited...

5

Great tools!

1/19/2016 by Kathy

These are good quality, large flour sack towels with really fun art. I don't know how well they do in the wash, but the one I didn't give to my friends sure looks cute in my kitchen :)

5

good

1/5/2016 by Susan

Gave as gifts, so don't know if they were good quality, but they were cute!

5

Awesome

12/19/2015 by Maria

The fabric on these is incomparable.

5

Fabulous

11/28/2015 by Alyssa

These towels are adorable and look fabulous! Are also soft and wonderful for daily use

5

Flour sack towels

9/14/2015 by Carol

The towels are a great quality, which reminds me of the ones my grandmother used. They are a gift, so I haven't used them myself. I plan to purchase some for me!

5

flour sack towels

8/25/2015 by Lynne

Very absorbent - my favorite type of kitchen towel. I'll be ordering more for gifts...

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The Coin Laundry Story

Coin Laundry - Hand Printed Flour Sack Towels

Soak it up

When it comes to dish and hand towels, not all are created equally. The Coin Laundry is a Montana-based company that makes an assortment of towels to absorb whatever you dish out, all with a touch of 1950s style for any kitchen, bathroom, or bar.

What makes these towels so absorbent, as well as soft and fast-drying, is old-fashioned, eco-friendly 100% cotton flour sack. This same material traditionally was used for drying dishes, polishing glassware, straining food, and even proofing bread dough.

Founder Jennifer Blake uses earth-friendly inks and solvents to silk-screen design motifs like
Mason jars and foot pedal sewing machines for a timeless look.

In addition to finding inspiration from the quality craftsmanship of the past, Jennifer also looks to favorite songs like “Beat it” and everyday sayings to give the towels a light-hearted feel sure to make you smile.

Whether used for dishes or your hands, these towels can hang with the best of them.
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