Reusable Kitchen Towels, x3
MIDZ BEST BITS
- I’m plastic free and 100% biodegradable.
- There’s 3 of me. 17cm x 19cm.
- I will absorb up to 20 times my weight.
- Replace me with your existing paper towels and save £££.
- You can put me in the washing machine at 60 degrees.
- My packaging is plastic free and fully recyclable.
I have finally found an alternative to paper towels! I really struggled with cloth reusable kitchen towels and went back to paper towels after a few weeks of use, until I discovered Zero Waste Club reusable kitchen towels. They are made from cellulose (plant fibre) and cotton, they absorb just like paper towels, only better!
They are fully biodegradable, you can either bury them in the garden or compost them or if your local councils collect food waste, simply pop them in the caddy for disposal.
Meet Rishi and Pawan, the Co Founders of Zero Waste Club. The two friends wanted to create beautiful, eco products whilst being ethical and transparent. Many of the materials they use, like moso bamboo originates from China. This is also where the factories are that produce their products, they ensure that all staff are paid above the minimum wage and no plastics are used in production.
HOW TO USE▾
Use me to wipe down spillages, kitchen surfaces, bathroom surfaces and even do the polishing! Then pop me in the ash at 60 degrees and reuse.
70% cellulose (plant fibre) and 30% cotton.
Comes in a 100% recycled unbleached Kraft box, printed with Soy Ink, which is 100% recyclable.