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Three Huggers

Reusable Paper Towels - Bloom

Reusable Paper Towels - Bloom

Regular price $21.99 CAD
Regular price Sale price $21.99 CAD
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Includes:

  • 8 – 10"x12" single ply flannel cloths

Our paperless towels are handmade with premium 100% cotton flannel. The flannel is soft and absorbent with a serged edge to keep it from fraying. Plus, they become even more absorbent with each wash. They are made to fit on an existing paper towel holder.  Just roll them up one at a time and they will come off with ease.

Suggested Uses: Wiping spills, cloth napkins, washing floors, etc.

Materials

• 100% Cotton Flannel

Dimensions

• 10"x12"

Care Instructions

• Machine Washable
• Dryer Safe
• They may shrink slightly as they are 100% cotton

Shipping

• Free Canada wide shipping.

• We offer $7 USD flat rate shipping for US residents.

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Customer Reviews

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Deniese Comeaux
Amazing

Beautiful, soft,well crafted, almost too nice to use. Love them!

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Chloe

So glad I got these! My partner and I are trying to be more sustainable this year and these are perfect! Will probably order another set soon!

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Kayce Padilla
Useful and decorative

I have a big heart for trying to lessen waste, but I don't like doing so when it's simply too impractical to integrate with a busy life. My husband just cares about the functionality aspect (to each their own), so he's a good test as to whether something's just impractical, and he's picky about cooking/kitchen use so even more so. When I first put them on the roll holder, I liked the look of them as well as that we wouldn't be going through as many disposable towels. At first my husband questioned their use outside of just being towels (said I got his point, but then said nothing to let it rest to see how he liked them w/o me trying to sell him on it). After 2 days he liked the idea w/ his only 'complaint' was that he didn't wanna use them for patting dry meat when washing -- which I told him "oh yeah no, the idea's just to reduce paper towel usage, stuff like that or the bathroom we'll use paper towels for," which he responded "ooooh, yeah I like that, it makes sense." a few days later, he wanted to know how to roll them after washing. These were an easy switch, and it's been nice to choose different patterns to add color to my very black/white/chrome kitchen. Overall, very practical kitchen use even for those who don't care as much about the reuse/recycle aspect.

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P.J.

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