Reviews of Klenz
This product is different from the 123 Towel also available on one online website where the "shower in a towel" is for sale. The difference between them in is that the 123 Towel is made of bamboo fiber, measures 12" x 18", comes on a roll of 10 and must have water added to it.
The Klenz Shower in a Towel is a 2' x 4' pre-moistened wet towel that is supposed to be large enough to clean one's whole body. The manufacturer claims that it is "the largest and strongest wipe around" and that it is alcohol-free, fragrance-free and biodegradable.
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This product is 2' x 4' (8 square feet) or 24 inches by 48 inches (1152 square inches) in size. One resource says that the dimensions of a standard bath towel is 27 inches by 52 inches. Based on this information, the Shower in a Towel is smaller than a standard bath towel.
Assuming that the product substitutes for a truck stop shower, it is less expensive than buying a shower but more expensive than getting a shower credit as a result of fueling your truck.
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