Anyone else on the unpapertowel bandwagon with us? 🙋🏻♀️
When my first son was born I went from kinda mostly trying to be healthy to passionate about learning all the things and making choices that were smart for our body and the planet my children will inherit. Cloth diapers came first, and the next logical step was unpapertowels. “WHAT?!” You may say, but hear me out. I didn’t go so far as getting rid of toilet paper, don’t worry. I was spending money monthly buying the big package of paper towels. We used them and threw them out, but it was so wasteful! So many trees! 😰🌳🌲So I decided to let myself run out of paper towels and give cloth kitchen towels a shot. I mean Costco is like 1 mile away if I hated it....I haven’t bought paper towels in 7 years. 🙌🏻 These little flannel squares are the size of a paper towel and way more versatile. I have refreshed my cloth stash a couple times over the years but man have we saved trees and money living this way.
All you need is a kitchen wet bag and a pile of cotton squares and you are set to go. There’s tons of cute color combos on Etsy. If you’ve been pondering the idea, I say go for it. Even if you think I’m crazy I think you should give it a shot. You never know, you might be hook d like we are. ✌🏻
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