Use it as a casual dinner or lunchbox napkin, for washing windows, dishes, baby’s face, the kitchen counter, cooking in the microwave, as a hanky, cleaning up spills, drying dishes. Rinse it out and use it again. This towel can handle whatever you throw at it. And the best part is, when you are done, you just throw it in the laundry. Well, whaddya think they did before they made paper towels out of wood pulp and bleach?
These aren’t your pretty embroidered dish cloths. I made these cloths to get USED. You can feel good about yucking these things up. They’ll wash, and they’ll get clean, and you’ll keep using them, no matter how “used” they get.
See my instructable for more information about how you can rid yourself of the paper-towel, napkin and baby wipe demon. http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Stop-Using-Paper-Towels-Napkins-and-Baby- These wipes are the same size (5×8) as ones described in the instructable (“minis”), so they are perfect for little jobs. They are a soft and thick 100% cotton flannel fabric, in a natural, slightly flecked cream color. Please look in my shop for other fabric options.
- Handmade item
- Material: unbleached organic cotton flannel