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Wipe Shirt Cleans Your Fingerprinty Gadgets

by Lambert Varias
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We often use what we’re wearing as an improvised rag to clean our gadgets or glasses. Design duo fift wanted to put a stop to this silliness, so they and came up with the Wipe Shirt, a dress shirt with a built-in microfiber cloth on one of its cuffs or shirt tails.

wipe shirt 1

It doesn’t take a genius to figure out how to take advantage of the Wipe Shirt:

wipe shirt 2

I’d rather have the version with the microfiber cloth on the cuff, where it’s slightly out of sight, because the microfiber looks like a giant ink stain. On the other hand, having it on the shirt tail makes it easier to use:

wipe shirt 3

Whichever style you prefer, you can order the Wipe Shirt at Generate Design for $159 (USD). Personally I find it too expensive, even though it is a cool concept. Sorry clothes, you’ll continue to be my rags.

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