- Product info
- How Scrubba Bags/Packs work
The Scrubba™ Travel Towel is the perfect accessory to help your newly cleaned clothes dry. Simply use the Scrubba Travel Towel to partially dry your clothes by rolling the damp clothing in the towel and gently squeeze to transfer moisture.
With a Scrubba Travel Towel you can:
- Partially dry clothes that you have washed in your Scrubba Wash Bag or Scrubba Wash Pack
- Dry off after a shower or at the beach thanks to its large size.
- Lightweight at only 170g (6oz.).
- Fast drying, made from microfiber material.
- Includes a convenient pouch for compact storage.
137cm x 64cm (when laid flat) - 54" x 25"
or 14cm x 7cm (when rolled for storage) - 5.5" x 2.7"
How Scrubba Bags/Packs work
The Scrubba Wash Bag and Scrubba W Pack and Allurette washers all feature internal washboards that allow a machine quality wash in minutes. Using them is as simple as:
Add clothes, water and cleaning liquid; close and deflate the bag; then rub from the outside for up to 3 minutes then just rinse and hang to dry.
Compared to traditional washboards, the ones in Scrubba and Allurette products are ultra thin and flexible and they are enclosed in the bag or pack. As the rubbing is done from the outside of the bag, there is minimal mess and you hands remain drier.
The Scrubba Bag, Pack and Allurette washer also double as dry sacs to keep gear dry between washes.
The Scrubba bag and towel arrived quickly, in good condition, and exactly as expected. I leave for my backpacking trip next week, and I’ll put them to use then!
We purchased the Tactical Scrubba and the Travel Towel. We gave them a trial run at home and everything worked as promised. Looking forward to using them on the trail.
Thanks, Scrubba, for giving us an efficient way to stay clean while out backpacking.
I like how large, but light, thin, & highly packable it is. It soaks up water from my wet clothes really well.
Haven’t tried but really want to get combo pack. Have you approached the Qld Fire & Emergency Services with the stealth backpack? Would it be possible to connect a camelpack-style hose to the shower bladder? If so, this would be very useful on bushfire or storm damage deployments where there is usually little potable water, long days in sweaty uniforms and sometimes minimal electricity available to run more than the basics. It could also be used by land search teams. Not sure about firie’s uniform, but looks like it’d fit t-shirts, undies, socks, polo shirts & SES/Ambo uniforms for wash.
This is a great Aussie innovation - should make handwashing so much easier while I am away..