Get the Kimberly-Clark Scott Shop Towels Original (8 Boxes of 200) for only $82.99 ($10.37/box) after a price drop from $268 at Amazon. You save 69% off the retail price for these shop towels. Plus, this item ships free. This is the lowest price online by about $3.80. The Scott Shop Towels are designed for cleaning up grease, liquids, oils and spills in automotive repair shops and garages. Sales tax is charged in some states.
Whether you own an automotive shop (painting, detailing, or cleaning), are a D.I.Y. weekend warrior or are simply cleaning the garage, Scott Shop Towels Original (Blue) in a Pop-Up Box are a must in your list of supplies. These utility shop towels are ideal for changing oil, refilling fluids and general, multi-purpose automotive maintenance. They are the multi-purpose shop towels that can help you get just about any job done right! Plus, the handy Pop-Up Box gives you convenient dispensing; thanks to the center-pull design, you’ll only touch the towel you use. Whether you’re detailing, cleaning, staining, or polishing, trust Scott Shop Towels Original to help get the job done. A 2013 study shows that 100% of freshly laundered cloth shop towels tested contain lead and using just three laundered towels per day can expose you – or your employees – to lead and other heavy metals. That means that workers using “clean” rented cloth shop towels can unknowingly be exposed to lead. OSHA warns that lead may build up in biological systems and become a significant health hazard over time. Lead exposure has been linked with nervous system disorders, high blood pressure, heart disease, kidney disease and even reduced fertility. 78% of manufacturing workers surveyed agreed that laundered shop towels should be banned if they are not 100% free of hazardous materials after laundering. In order to help keep your employees safe, it’s smart to switch to a clean and safe alternative to laundered shop towels. Disposable Scott Shop Towels fit the bill. Since each towel is new and clean, there’s no risk of employees’ exposure to the harmful chemicals that remain on a laundered shop towel.