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Economical Choice of Inexpensive Dew Rags
on July 8, 2016
Only 5 of the 6 dew rags I received are usable. The problem with the "screaming skull" (upper left) is the piece in front, across the forehead, got messed up and got folded under on itself and then sewn. The dew rag didn't fit right, the front didn't lay flat, and I would have been left with a deep but very interesting welt across my forehead. That's alright tho, the dew rag looked less like a "screaming skull" and more like a black drop cloth that got gobs of white paint splattered all over it. Not a success for quality control that day.
The dew rag with the "checkerboard" pattern (lower left in the photo) uses colors of black and faded pink...the faded pink isn't too egregious and who's going to mess with you anyway....it has skulls on it, dude!
The cotton material is a little coarse and rough but toughen up buttercup and use the money you save to buy an economy size jug of skin lotion. There is no additional absorbent material across the forehead and I found that the dew rag I wore in the hot, humid Louisiana afternoon, unsurprisingly, quickly got saturated. My main use for dew rags is sun protection and these certainly provide that.
6 dew rags for $12...great deal! 5 dew rags for $12...still a great deal! You really can't go wrong...but it's kind of like a grab bag of dew rags. Anyway, I was getting tired of all my other colorful, well constructed, and sweat absorbent dew rags. heh.