It was time to make the move to "un-paper towels".
I considered just buying some and did a lot of looking online. (Just search "unpaper towels" on Etsy. You'll find plenty of options if you want to purchase some yourself) But being a
After a lot of looking around. And I mean A LOT... I finally came across a tutorial by 104homestead.com which was a nice, simple, no-frills, and fast solution for creating your own unpaper towels.
I am very pleased with the results so far. They clean up small spills well. The grand kid has used them for wiping face and hands during snacks and lunches. I have used them for drying my hands. I've used them to set bread on while making sandwiches. All the usual paper towel type jobs.
They live in a cute little wooden box on the counter next to the sink - right where the paper towel holder used to sit. And the female offspring was thrilled to inherit my old paper towel holder, since she's been looking for one for her own kitchen.
The male offspring had expressed some concern about what we would use for cleaning windows and mirrors. I resolved that buy picking up a pack of microfiber cloths just for this purpose.
Would you consider switching to cloth towels in place of paper towels? Or have you already made the switch? I'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences!
To Read About My Switch to Cloth Napkins - click HERE
To Read the Tutorial I Followed For Making My UnPaper Towels - click HERE