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Unpaper Towels- Vintage Lemons

$16.00$30.00

The perfect eco-friendly alternative to disposable paper towels. From cleaning up kitchen messes to drying hands, our zero waste, reusable, 100% cotton flannel unpaper towels are tough and versatile. They naturally cling together, making it easy to roll up on a paper towel roll or store in a basket. Comes in pack of 6 or 12 Size is 12"x10"...

$30.00
Description

Unpaper Towels- Vintage Lemons

The perfect eco-friendly alternative to disposable paper towels. From cleaning up kitchen messes to drying hands, our zero waste, reusable, 100% cotton flannel unpaper towels are tough and versatile. They naturally cling together, making it easy to roll up on a paper towel roll or store in a basket.

  • Comes in pack of 6 or 12
  • Size is 12"x10" (nearly twice the size as our cloth wipes!)
  • Long-lasting serger-stitched edges
  • 1-Ply

Towel Tips:

  • Each reusable paper towel becomes more absorbent with each wash.
  • Rinsing and wringing prior to wiping may help towels to absorb more moisture.

Washing Instructions: Machine wash in warm or cold water and with like colors. Tumble dry low or air dry. Some shrinkage may occur.

Additional Information
Style

6-pack, 12-pack

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
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K.E.

Great towels. We think their great

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N.M.
Super

It has such a refreshing look.

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B.
Good overall

These are super cute and I’m glad to know I’m reducing waste. They’re not super durable, used once and already have a hole in them. So if you’re using it to dry your hands it’s great. If you need to scrub a little, less great. Also not super absorbent (but it says it gets more so over time and I just started using them so that may just be me). Wish they were a little bigger. Still like them and will continue to use them.

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Unpaper Towels- Vintage Lemons

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Less Sustainable and Less Absorbent

After using these for a week, my main complaint is that they really aren't all that absorbent, which is the main purpose of a paper towel. If you want to be sustainable, I would recommend thrifting towels or ripping up an old cotton t-shirt. I don't regret my purchase, but I'll need to add some more absorbent options.