Casa Stripe Dishtowels
Who needs paper towels? Stock your kitchen with plenty of colorful, absorbent cotton towels and you'll always have something to dry dishes, wipe hands, and clean up spills. You won't be filling up your trash can, and as time goes by, you won't be emptying your wallet to buy disposable towels, either. You don't have to stop at towels. Reusable cotton dish cloths, wipes for kids' hands and faces, and cloth napkins are other easy ways to reduce waste in your home. Hunt down paper products in your home and think of ways to replace them with washable and reusable items instead.
My housemates refuse to buy paper towels and I am constantly searching for a substitute. Not only will this do the job, it makes me laugh. Save money and trees by becoming the proud owner of this silly "not" paper towel.
This clever play on words is a regular ol' towel, made to look like a piece of notebook paper. Obvious?Yes. Still unique? Absolutely.
Another great alternative to paper towels. Each one unfolds into a 14x20 disposable towelette. The testers got 1-3 weeks out of each one. Kitchen, car, camping! The only con is that there is a big Made in China stamp on the fr... Another great alternative to paper towels. Each one unfolds into a 14x20 disposable towelette. The testers got 1-3 weeks out of each one. Kitchen, car, camping! The only con is that there is a big Made in China stamp on the front; however, if we consider where bamboo flourishes, perhaps they can produce sustainable products.
Get rid of the paper towels save a tree and use these cotton reusable scrubbies for just about anything, from removing your make-up, showering, bathing, kitchen and even on babies.