Bamboo Towels - Heavy Duty Machine Washable Reusable Rayon Towels - One roll replaces 6 months of towels!
- Our Heavy Duty Bamboo Towels are made of a sustainable certified organic bamboo source
- One roll replaces 60 conventional paper towel rolls and fits in your regular paper towel dispenser
- These 11"x12" perforated tear off sheets are reusable and machine washable. Use, Wash, and Reuse 120+ times before disarding
- Save trees while saving space and money with this eco friendly sustainable alternative
- Usage Decreases 3,000 tons of paper towel waste a day - Machine Washable, Bleach, Lint Free, Durable, Versatile, Eco Friendly
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The Bamboo Towels are the new environmentally friendly, paper towel alternative to hit the market. These bamboo towels have the same look and feel as ordinary paper towels - they even come in a roll, mimicking how paper towels are normally consumed. The big difference, though, is that you don't just tear a sheet and throw it away. Instead, each sheet of bamboo towel is washable and reusable. In fact, when you purchase a roll of 20 Bamboo Towel sheets, it replaces 6 months of paper towel rolls, helping you reduce waste and save money. Made from certified organic bamboo, a sustainable source, the Bamboo Towels are also strong, absorbent and durable.
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I read all of the complaints for these towels and tried to address them before I bought them, to great success. As far as storage, I don't have a lot of drawer space in my kitchen, so I purchased a Sterilite just for these that sits on an easy to access shelf and don't really miss the old 'roll' of paper towels now that I'm used to going to the drawer. I also purchased a small office-style mesh trash can and mesh laundry bag to line it just for these towels. When I'm done with one, I simply throw it in the mini-laundry basket and wash when everything is dirty. I wash these on their own (no other laundry) on the 'sanitize' cycle and throw in a cup of bleach, for good measure. I use the 'extra rinse' feature and no fabric softener and they have held up to wash after wash.
As far as durability, these towels are thick enough to wet and reuse several times, and I find that using them sanitize/bleach combination keeps them from developing any stains. I would say that 95% of the towels that I still have are as white as the day that I purchased them, and I use them for everything in the kitchen, so they get very dirty.
Versatile use - I mostly use for drying dishes, cleaning counters and handling small messes. I reserved one each for bathroom use and living room. They make great dusting pads in the living room.
They hold up well in the washer the first couple of times. When they start to wear and "fuzz", I just use them for different things (not dishes)
They are soft and don't have a weird texture in the hand - when wet or dry
They do start to wear after a couple of washings and once they do, I'm not able to use them for everything.
They easily attract lint and other "catchings" after they have been washed a couple of times.
Once off the roll and used, I have to find a way to store them out of the way - and where they won't catch lint and fuzz. A baggie is the best way.
No matter how clean they are after washing, they aren't very attractive-/sanitary-looking.
One big thing that bothered me is the Rayon issue. I personally don't have a problem with the Rayon itself; I was annoyed that it seems someone went out of the way to hide the Rayon. For people who do care, I think the label should have more prominently displayed the notice about the Rayon.
+ machine washable like other towels
+ softer after each washing
+ great for the kitchen or bathroom for cleaning
+ soft and lint free for electronics
+ perfect for removing makeup and other beauty needs
- tend to pick up lint from other laundry items when in the wash/dryer
- have a funny shape and tend not to fold uniformly
- can be a mess to store in a linen closet without a bin or container
- not practical to totally replace paper towels with these