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Cloth-eez Paper Towel Alternative Kit - White

13 reviews

This kit contains 48 kitchen cloths in white cotton made without optical brighteners.  It's a creamy-white cotton.  It's 4 packs of 2-Layer birdseye washable, reusable Cloth-eez Paper Towel Alternative cloths.   The white version will prep more quiclky than the organic unbleached because with the white, you don't have to wash off the natural cotton oils. 

Size: 13" x 13" before washing, about 12" x 12.5" inches after shrinkage.

It is easier to use them when you have enough of them.  Without enough, you might tend to not use them as much as you could so that you don't run out too soon.  If you own enough of them, then you are free to use them anytime and you will cut down on your paper towel use.  Make the committment to reduce your paper towel use by switching to washables in the kitchen and you'll love it. Cotton works better than paper. Enjoy.

Use them as napkins at the dinner table.


Keep them available so that they are easy to grab quickly.

The cloths are two layers 100% cotton birdseye fabric sewn together with a center seam.  Birdseye fabric has little "birds" woven into the fabric. This is much smoother than terry fabric. Birdseye has a nice amount of "grippiness" to get stuff off with a balance of being smooth enough for softness. Two layers gives you the right level of thickness for absorbency, plus two layers of fabric helps them stay flatter. It gives them enough thickness so that it is easy to grab one. Single layer look-alikes curl up, stick together and are more difficult to handle. Having two layers of fabric makes them much better and easier to use. Paper towels can't compare to two layers of birdseye cotton. Simple, yet so effective.

They can also be used as preemie diapers or layered as newborn cotton diapers. We added a small seam across the wipe to help them keep their shape, yet cotton shrinkage will vary a bit of course. 

Made of 100% cotton. Made in Pakistan.

This kit contains 4 packages of 12 cloths each for a total of 48 cloths.

Single packs of 12: Cloth-eez Paper Towel Alternative

kitchen cloth storage for unpaper towels  One of many storage ideas.  A mesh wastebasket holds the cloths until washday.  Hang wet cloths over the edge to dry the push them in later.

 

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06/12/2021
Alicia S.
Utah Utah
Love them!

We love our new un-paper towels! The 48 pack is a great amount to have on hand. I can wash a load and still have plenty to use. We use them to wipe down the kitchen table & kids' faces, as dishcloths, and napkins. They fold and stack nearly into a kitchen drawer for easy access. I wish I had bought them sooner!

EH
06/04/2021
Elissa H.
Arkansas Arkansas
Fantastic cloths!

I love these even more than I thought I would. They are the perfect size and have a great weight to them. The thing I hate about paper towels (besides the waste) is they are so thin you get whatever liquid you’re wiping on your hands and almost always need more than one. Not with these! One is plenty for a decent clean up. Love them.

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05/26/2021
Ann S.
United States United States
Reusable paper towels

Love love LOVE these. Use in my home all the time. Also do housecleaning for work and use then as well. I started with 1 package and had to come back and ordered the 4 pack. So happy I did.

SL
05/25/2021
Suzanne L.
Minnesota Minnesota
Daycare Provider

These are very soft and very easy for my daycare children to use. This is going to save me a lot of money in the end. Yes the upfront cost is high. But worth every penny. Glad I can help the environment and the cost on paper towels.

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05/25/2021
Isabelle
United States United States
Wonderful

We’ve been using these for a few weeks now and I really love them. We haven’t used paper towels for a few years and had been making do with rags, bandanas, microfiber cloths, and kitchen towels. These are SO much nicer to use and do a great job wiping down counters, patting fish dry before cooking, wiping sticky hands, etc. The 4 pack was a good size for us. We haven’t run out of them yet as they just get tossed into household laundry and we’ve been doing it more frequently recently, but I imagine it would be enough for a full week’s need or more.

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