Here on ReelTalk, we have a treasure trove of information about bamboo paper products, including bamboo toilet paper. However, bamboo isn’t the only sustainable option. Recycled paper towels can bring your green lifestyle to the next level!
Whether it be an accidental spill or an impromptu napkin, paper towels are a crucial staple for any modern kitchen. Choosing recycled paper towels over the traditional variety can dramatically reduce your impact on the planet.
Here’s everything you need to know about the sustainable alternative to this everyday necessity.
The Many Benefits of Recycled Paper Towels
By using recycled materials, we're taking what is old and making it new. We use only premium recycled fibers, sourced from places like schools and offices, to create our sustainable paper towels.
Using recycled fibers to create our paper towels gives a second life to something that would have otherwise been a single-use product. Our recycled paper fibers are sourced exclusively from North America and are made here in the USA.
Plus, we're committed to reducing plastic waste - we don't use any plastic in our packaging. We pack and ship our products in eco-friendly materials, so you can be one step closer to a sustainable kitchen.
Introducing Recycled Paper Towels into Your Kitchen
Recycled paper towels make it affordable and easy to bring your kitchen into alignment with your green lifestyle. It’s the perfect strong and durable yet soft and smooth addition to your kitchen.
Offering superior softness — having been compared to some of the most luxurious materials available — recycled paper absorbs a lot of water. Even the biggest messes won’t stand a chance against your recycled paper towels.
Additional Sustainable Kitchen Swaps
Paper towels aren't the only way to make your kitchen more sustainable. Below are some of our favorite ways to make your kitchen more eco-friendly.
- Food Storage: Stasher Bags and beeswax wraps make food storage a breeze. With these swaps, you can eliminate traditional plastic wrap and plastic containers. Plus, these products help reduce food waste since they help keep food fresh.
- To-Go Containers: You're probably already bringing a reusable water bottle with you when you go out, but bringing reusable straws and utensils can help eliminate even more single-use plastic waste.
- Cleaning: When it comes to cleaning products, there are many opportunities to reduce plastic waste. Cleaning products, like dish soap and all-purpose cleaner, often come in single-use plastic bottles. Switching to bar soap and refillable glass jars is an easy way to eliminate plastic waste.
Switch to Recycled Paper Towels Today
In your home, cleanliness is everything. Choosing your paper towels carefully may seem trivial now, but will definitely pay off in the long run. Taking the care and time necessary to choose the best paper towels for you and your family will ensure you keep your home as clean as possible.
Fortunately, your search won’t take that much time at all. Recycled paper towels will likely be your best option. With their superior strength, softness, and sustainability, it’s tough to make a case against them.
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Can’t wait for the paper towels. Several of us want to know what the rolls are made of. They keep the tp round and not crushed !
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I’m really looking forward to this launch. I hate using paper towels at all because I prefer to reuse rags, but my wife is hooked on paper towels for deep cleaning. Already have a subscription to the toilet paper, so this would be nice.
Amber Pritchard on
Would love to add bamboo towels to our household. Are you all going to be adding them to your product line??
So I understand how bamboo helps the environment. but what about all the packaging used to ship the products? Even box is made of bamboo? Genuinely curious!
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