There is a sign on the wall where my husband gets his garden equipment serviced. It says you can have the work done in one of three ways:
1--good and cheap --- we will work on your job in the order in which it was received and we'll work on it as time permits
2--good and fast --- we'll put your work at the front of the line but you will pay a surcharge
3--fast and cheap --- we don't like to do things that way but if a no-guarantee repair is OK with you, we'll do it
You CANNOT have it good, fast and cheap.
Can anybody recommend good quality towels like you would see in an OR that are NOT sterile and single-pack? Everything I found that isn't sterile-packed seems to be pretty bad quality but the sterile-pack ones can get expensive. I'd like to save them for when I really need a sterile environment for things like sounding, etc.
You seem to want good quality, inexpensive, single pack, non-sterile towels "good fast and cheap."
That's not how the world works.