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
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.
I wish I had ordered them sooner. They clean up spills so much better than traditional paper towels and are the perfect size. We also use them to wipe baby's face and hands after eating, to clean up little spit ups, and as a placemat for our preschooler or a napkin for his snacks. The four pack is the perfect amount too - doesn't feel like we are constantly going to run out so we use them for everything, but not an overwhelming quantity that they take too much space. Definitely worth it!
These towels get softer with every wash. I loved them so much in the kitchen I bought some for the bathrooms so we won’t use paper towels to dry hands. They look so pretty rolled in a basket.
Everyday, I am happy I made this purchase. It's a lot of cloths for a chunk of change but it is definitely worth it. After trying several alternatives, I now have a great substitute for paper towels-- and remember, cloth is what our ancestors used!! These are versatile, absorbent, reusable and easy to clean. I often do a quick hand wash so I use the towel over before eventually throwing it in the laundry. It's a tiny thing but one step towards saving trees and saving our planet.
My adult kids love my unpaper towels so much I bought sets for each of them. Soft, absorbent, and they look so pretty folded on my counter.
I’m loving our paper towel alternatives. We are using them as napkins. They wash and dry well!