This silt repelling, waterproof pop-up beach towel competence be a best yet

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Every summer we dream of a impulse your physique hits a silt on a balmy beach.

And each summer, a existence never utterly matches adult to a fantasy.

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Your beach towel immediately gets lonesome in silt that turns into a kind of dirty cake as your pad gets ever wetter.

The minute breeze of breeze afterwards sends all a silt off your towel and into your face, drinks and food before a whole lot goes drifting opposite a beach.

Well, one association claims to have come adult with a ideal solution.

This silt repelling, waterproof pop-up beach towel competence be a best yet
(Picture: Shlack/Kickstarter)

The Schlack is a towel-mat that repels silt and water.

It’s a bit like a pop-up tent in that it folds into zero and only pops out into a round shape. It’s got compartments inside a carrying box to store valuables and comes with a small towel to dry it off.

This silt repelling, waterproof pop-up beach towel competence be a best yet
(Picture: Shlack/Kickstarter)

The multi-purpose pop-up pad takes a second to overlay away, it’s easy to shake off and it’s multipurpose. It’s not only for a beach – a makers explain we can use it for picnics, camping and yoga.

‘Get a ideal widespread a second we get to your ideal spot! Have it tight, taught and neat – no some-more struggling,’ is Shlack’s tagline.

This silt repelling, waterproof pop-up beach towel competence be a best yet
(Picture: Shlack/Kickstarter)

And it’s apparently resonating with beach goers since a Kickstarter debate to get a plan saved has exceeded a idea by scarcely £10,000.

So, goodbye sopping, sandy beach towels.

Hello convenience.

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