Cloth Paper Towels Case of 6

Reviews (4.5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Not the value it appears to be.

5/5/2020 by Joseph

These towels ARE better than plain single-ply paper towels as far as strength is concerned, but they have an "oily" feel to them that leaves a film on glass or shiny surfaces. A better product (blue "shop" towels) are available in most of the home improvement or automotive departments in the big-box stores, and they're stronger, no "oily" feel, and MUCH less expensive at $2-$4 per roll.


Not as useful as I had hoped!

3/25/2019 by Cynthia

I really wanted to like this product, and the concept behind it is excellent. On the positive side, the sheets from the roll are strong and absorbent, and they are truly washable and reusable many time over. But I had two problems, and both had to do with the subsequent uses. One was convenience; these come originally on a terrific roll that you can put in a stand or holder. After they're used and washed, however, they need to be accessed in a completely different way as they are individual sheets. I have not figured out how to efficiently access the washed sheets. Also, once washed, the sheets are smaller, much softer, and rather static-y. They cling to each other and to other fabric. Thus I probably will not purchase them again. On the other hand, this roll may last me forever. Great concept...hope it can be improved!


cloth paper towels

5/16/2020 by Verdelle

Not happy with them. They are not very absorbent and get full of fuzz like pills when washed in machine with items like towels. Won't purchase again.


MISLABELED. These are wipes, NOT paper towels !

3/29/2020 by Nora O.

The description is misleading.
These DO NOT WORK as paper towels;
they lack texture & are not absorbent at all.

they are hand & machine washable WIPES; more like sturdy, slick, thin paper towels.


Definitely NOT Eco-Friendly

4/15/2019 by Christine

These guilt free paper towels are made of viscose and polyester. While viscose is bio-degradable, polyester is far from it. The production of polyester uses harmful chemicals, including carcinogens, and if emitted to water and air untreated, can cause significant environmental damage. It is not bio-degradable and can take up to 20 years to decompose. You are better off buying paper towels.


RIP- Off

4/15/2019 by Brenda

I found this product to be a RIP-Off, I got more use out of a Viva Paper Towel. This towel was too thin. I wouldn't purchase this product ever again or have ny friend purchase it either. Thumbs Down.

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