Reusable paper towels are quite easy to integrate in your eco-friendly lifestyle!
In fact, they’re so great that I bet you won’t remember why paper ever became so popular. Seriously! Let me explain why.
TSHU’s reusable paper towels are…
More absorbent than paper
No kidding. Made with a sheet of thick flannel, they are lined with extremely absorbent microfleece—which makes these reusable paper towels unbelievably absorbent. Like, CRAZY absorbent. Try them to mop up spills, messes or use them to clean your kitchen counters. You’ll find paper pales in comparison! And unlike paper, if you use a little bit of white vinegar to do your cleaning up—you’ll appreciate the fact that my reusable paper towels don’t shred when they come in contact with water or vinegar!
Softer than a unicorn
The cool thing about the fabric I use to make these fabulous reusable paper towels is that it’s super soft. Their flannel side feels like your favourite pyjamas so I’m pretty sure I don’t need to convince you that it’s incredibly pleasant to the touch. And the microfleece lining is (gasp) EVEN SOFTER! The only trouble you’ll have with my reusable paper towels is resisting the urge to blow your nose in them.
Colourful and fun
TSHU’s line of reusable paper towels comes in various colours so you can select whatever you like best or fits well with your kitchen decor! You can opt for a full roll in one single colour—or mix and match for more fun. Whatever you prefer!
Easy to store
Thanks to their flannel side, these reusable paper towels stick to one another without snap closures, so you can wrap them like a classic roll of paper towels if you wish! I like this option, because it makes the reusable paper towels handy at all times. If you see them, you’re most likely to use them!
You can also fold the square towels in four and pile them up or store them in a drawer if you prefer though—that works fine, too!
Easy to use
It’s actually easier than 1-2-3: you see a mess or a spill, you wipe. Personally, I love to use the microfleece side to absorb spills and the flannel side to dry the surface. It’s like the mini-wheat cereal: a perfect combo!
If your reusable paper towel is soiled, you can throw it in the wash. If it’s just wet—you can hang it over the kitchen faucet—it will dry super quickly! Yes, that’s one of the great advantages of microfleece, it dries extremely quickly.
Easy to care for
As your sheets of reusable paper towels become soiled, you can gradually throw them in the wash. Simply wash them at 30 degrees and dry in open air. The cool thing about microfleece is that it’s pretty resistant to stains. I haven’t tried them with beet juice yet—but maybe I will! Stay tuned.
One reusable paper towel in your kitchen = one more tree on planet earth
Did you know? For each set of paper towels (or individual sheet) you purchase, TSHU commits to planting one tree. My goal? To reinforce the impact of your actions. You focus on improving your eco-friendly lifestyle. I partner up with a tree planting organization and go one step further to care for our planet!
Maybe you’re thinking…
I’d love to try these reusable paper towels and see if I like them!
In this case, I recommend you opt for a single sheet of reusable paper towel and test it at home to see if you like the feel and efficiency.
Ok, I love them forever.
Tested? Approved? I thought so! For true fans, we offer packs of reusable paper towels, so you can create your own eco-friendly roll—or simply have enough on hand to mop up any spill without rushing to the laundry room. Choose amongst our sets or make your own set by selecting individual sheets.
I’d like more, is it possible?
I don’t like to say “no.” So YES, if you want MORE MORE MORE reusable paper towels, I can make it happen. A reusable paper towel roll the size of Aruba? Sure. A pack of 24 neatly folded cloth towels? Also possible. Just email me, and let’s chat about it.
I want some, but a different colour.
You love the idea of using reusable paper towels on a daily basis, but frankly, the colour scheme you see simply doesn’t work with your kitchen furniture/dinner napkins/your neighbour Simone’s new lipstick? No need to panic, we can talk about it together. Contact me and tell us what your dream reusable cloth towel looks like. If I’m able to make it, I’ll do so with pleasure.