A Walmart kitchen towel is no longer a safe for a home after the retailer revealed it had accidentally sold them for less than what they cost to make.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the new price was announced Thursday in an email to customers.
Walmart says the new towels are available for immediate pickup at its retail stores in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the European Union and Russia.
The company says the towels are designed for use in homes and work areas, but are also recommended for kitchens and bathroom sinks.
They were first launched in September 2017, but the price and availability have changed since then.
The towels have sold for around $30-$50 per package, but Walmart has not announced the new prices.
The retailer says customers can return the towels to their nearest store, but that customers will have to pay a $25 store credit.
WalMart was also reportedly offering the towels for $25 to $50 at its stores, but no new prices have been announced.
The towels were reportedly used by people at a restaurant and at a Walmart store in Seattle, where they were sold for $40.
The Wall Street Review reported that the towels cost less than their retail counterparts, and were only made to sell at Walmart for $20.