Reduce your household waste and the need for paper towel in your home!
Planet Revive Unpaper Towels are the ORIGINAL and we still believe that they are the best quality you will find.
Flannel cotton is a 100% natural fabric that naturally *clings together. This is the reason why they designed the one ply range of Flannel Unpaper Towel using this fabric in mind.
They are no fuss and simple to use. All you have to do is roll them back onto the holder, so they are ready to reuse. Alternatively simply fold them and keep on the bench. The bigger the spill, the more you use.
*****They pair perfectly with the Wooden Unpaper Towel Holder (this is sold separately)
The original Planet Revive Unpaper Towels are designed to work just like a roll of paper towels (but just a lot better for our gorgeous planet). The more you wash them, the more absorbent they become. The best thing about Planet Revive’s Unpaper Towels is that they are reusable and compostable/biodegradable.
Each Unpaper Towel is 24cm x 24cm. Towels are single ply 100% cotton flannel. Edges are serged for durability and to prevent fraying. Absorbency increases after the first few washes. Each pack contains 6 or 12 towels. If you like, you can purchase a variety of designs to mix and match in your kitchen.
Unpaper Towels are perfect for eco-friendly households, not only will they clean any surface, but they are soft and non evasive. Perfect to clean:
- Laptop/Computer Screens
- Delicate bench tops
- General Cleaning
- Changing your baby
- Face Wipes
- Or even just for a funky statement piece in your kitchen. Mix and match your favourite colours/patterns to suit your décor.
*Flannel will only cling together when rolled up standing upright. If you lay them flat or fold on a bench, they won’t due to the weight of each towel. It’s all about the Earth’s gravity.
Q – Can you use these to soak up oil?
A – Yes! BUT you will have to rinse them our immediately with hot water to dissolve any oil particles.
Q – Will they stain?
A – Well…like any fabric it will stain BUT if you treat these like you treat any item of clothing that has been stained you will be fine. Just use your own discretion. Would you mop up a beetroot spill with a white t-shirt and expect it not to stain? The better you care for these the longer they will last, just like clothing or any other reusable product.
Q – How do I dispose of them when they have reached the end their lifecycle?
A – Simply cut off the sewn edges (dispose of these) and pop in your compost bin or green bin. Cotton is compostable!
Q – How do they cling together?
A – Flannel is a brushed cotton so the natural fibres cling together when they are rolled together flat and then stored upright. This is why Planet Revive also designed their Wooden Unpaper Towel Holder to make life a whole lot simpler and sustainable.