My hobby of sorts lately has been cutting up outgrown clothing and using the fabric for dishrags, dishtowels, and various other uses. I used some knit fabric to cover a couple of little bars of soap as something interesting for the kids. They have named these cloth covered bars "soaprags". It has been surprisingly well received - thank you no longer fusses over bathing because he doesn't have to touch the "slimy" bars of soap or squirts of body wash. He dropped his bath pouf thingy into the toilet by accident and didn't let us know when we were all at the store. He just tried to get out of showering, lol. So the kids just brought me some regular bars of soap to turn into "soaprags". I had to put them itno a ziploc as I get things ready because they are making me SNEEZE! Not sure what brand husband got, but wow does it make me sneeze powerfully! For those with kids who hate soap, this might be helpful. I have found a textured cotton like that used for some polo type shirts or for heavier knits is more popular than just tshirt fabric. They like it to have the texture when it is wet. You could use almost any kind of cotton fabric though.