Looking for a natural and reusable alternative to paper towels? The EcoTowl, 20 piece set, can be used in the kitchen, bathroom or any part of your home. Made of natural viscose fibers, they are 100% compostable and come in assorted colors so you can assign them to different parts of the house. Keep disposable paper towels out of the landfills and keep the savings in your pocket!
Please note: This product ships in assorted colors from the manufacturer.
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Dimensions 16 in x 15 in (20 per package)
Design & Functionality Use wet or dry for dusting, polishing, wiping, drying, and absorbing large spills quickly in your kitchen, bathroom or any part of your home where you’re looking for a natural and reusable alternative to paper towels.
Sustainability In America alone, 3,000 tons of paper towels wind up in landfills each day. Not only does using EcoTowl cleaning cloths divert waste from the landfills, it also reduces the number of trees that have to be cut down for their production and the energy required to package and transport bulky rolls of towels.
Comments about Product:I also use these as a backpacking towel on thru hikes. They work great, are very lightweight, and are much more economical than buying the expensive materials marketed for that purpose.
Comments about Product:I already use rags & old cut up towels as an alternative to a paper towel which I think work well with cleaning up spills, cleaning the kitchen counters etc, but the Father-in-Law whom lives with me would say otherwise. He hates using my rags and was still using paper towels. I came across these and decide to give them a try and was pleasantly surprised. These EcoTowls feel just like a thick paper towel !! I love how they feel when they are dry and when they are wet & They absorb better than a paper ! an extra Plus ! They are awesomely huge, but I cut some of them into 4s and left others the larger size which I like. They DO shrink after you wash them but it doesn't bother me since they were already a nice size to begin with. I DO NOT put them in the dyer, they may shrink even more, but its no problem to take pick them out of the washer to lay them flat to dry. The Father-in-Law wont admit that he likes them now, but I have caught him using them