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Waterproof Towel

Could use over and over without laundering!
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Think of the pool parties when only one person brings a towel! And everyone swims!! Then the first one out uses the towel, and everyone else drips dry! Now think of the possibilites of a waterproof towel! You could line the kids up and dry them all, and you could dry the pool if you thought the water was too wet.
Big_State, Nov 24 2004

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       Ah, the magic of a waterproof towel...   

       Except, of course, that towels that can easily be wrung dry are both what you're actually after, and already Baked.   

       And frankly, I wouldn't want to share my towel with a hundred kids at a pool party, no matter how strong the chlorine.
DrCurry, Nov 24 2004

       Waterproof towel = useless.
DesertFox, Nov 24 2004

       Can you use a waterproof towel to clean up dehydrated water spills?
krelnik, Nov 24 2004

       [on tag ] DRYCLEAN ONLY
normzone, Nov 24 2004

       Waterproof would mean something like oilcloth and it sure wouldn't wick up any water. However, the material that soft contact lenses are made from ( a variety of polymethmethacrylate) isn't at all absorbent either and yet they wick due the weave so maybe it would work.
bristolz, Nov 25 2004

       So can leather chamois and so, probably, can soft contacts if you have wee little wringing fingers.
bristolz, Nov 25 2004

       Maybe make a towel out of thousands of contact lenses sewed together?
DesertFox, Nov 25 2004

       All the better to see you with, m'dear.
DrCurry, Nov 26 2004

       Yeah, we've done the inflatable dart board and solar powered flashlight before too. Please don't waste our time with this crap.
waugsqueke, Nov 26 2004


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