MSRP $40.00 USD
Jumbo Reusable Paper Towel Multi-Packs
Better than anything I’ve used in the past, including sponges. I’m back to order more. I use them for dishes and for clean up. Great product.
Great on stove tops snd and glass surface. Still looks new. Don’t put it in the dryer- it shrinks.
I got one cloth with my dish soap starter kit and I don't know how long I've been using the one, but it's lasted forever and I use it at least 3-4x a day to clean up the dinner table and kids' messes. And afterwards just squirt a few pumps of soap, rinse and wring it out or toss it in the dishwasher at the end of the day, and it's ready for the next mess, big or small. Hoping there will be a variety of colors at some point so i can distinguish which cloth to use for different tasks. Highly recommend!
Paper towels last twice as long since I started using these.
That's so great to hear Michael!!
These clothes are great, so absorbent and they don’t smell. It’s all I use to wipe down the kitchen now.
Great to hear that Teresa, thanks so much for your feedback!
Your Paper Towel Replacement | Our Planet
Sizing in at 9.5 x 10 inches, these Jumbo Cellulose Cloths are the ULTIMATE paper towel replacement. Now with even more cleaning power without the single-use waste.
These Jumbos are amazing as paper towel replacements because they're super absorbent (1 cellulose cloth can replace over 17 rolls of conventional paper towel - no kidding!) They soak up 15 times their weight - perfect for mopping up big spills. They're particularly good at cleaning on all surfaces and super at cleaning stainless steel appliances. cellulose which makes them fully compostable, dishwasher & machine-wash safe and last for several months! Less waste - totally plastic-free.
Plastic Free Club means Added Value | In our retail shop, we'd sell Jumbo Cellulose Cloths for $10 a piece. In the Plastic Free Club, we've bundled them and dropped the price by nearly 30%.
How to Use & Care For Your Jumbo Cellulose Cloths
Before your first use, rinse thoroughly under running water. Squeeze out excess water to increase absorbency.
To clean, you can throw it on the top rack of your dishwasher, or in your washing machine. Don't tumble dry them though - that will make them sad :(. Just air dry them or reuse right away!
etee cellulose cloths are 100% natural, made of wood & cotton cellulose.