$20/pack of 12
I call this the gateway drug of household linens. Absolutely the easiest way to start transitioning from single-use to reusable goods. I promise. My husband and kids took to them right away, and they are pretty change-resistant.
Did you know that the average household uses 1.5-2 rolls of paper towels per week? Paper towels are generally made from trees as a virgin or new tree product, but since we use them to wipe up food, drinks and other spills, they can't be recycled. That's around 3000 paper towels per person, per year, into the landfill.
Paper-Free Towels are made from single-ply cotton flannel, which become softer and more absorbent the more you use them. These towels are perfectly sized to be rolled around the cardboard tube you saved from your last roll of paper towels, or can easily be stored in a cute basket near the sink. Unlike paper towels, you can rinse them out and keep using them until they are soiled enough to be laundered.
For the budget-conscious, consider this: you will spend about $180 on paper towels this year. Or you could invest in Paper-Free towels, and cut that expense right out of your life.
Each pack of Paper-Free Towels includes 12 towels.