Wash. Roll. Reuse. UNpaper® Towels are the perfect alternative for disposable paper towels! These absorbent reusables are there for you no matter what size of mess. They can be rolled on a paper towel roll, folded in a basket, or on this wooden holder custom made for Marley's Monsters UNpaper® Towels! No snaps or buttons needed, these towels cling to each other and mimic a conventional paper towel role. Their fun colors add a little whimsy and fun to your daily household chores. Choose 6 or 12 in a package.
Disposable paper towels and napkins
These UNpaper® Towels mimic disposable paper towels. The cotton flannel allows the towels to cling to each other and remain rolled up for easy use- no snaps necessary! UNpaper® Towels can be rolled on a paper towel roll and stored like conventional paper towels, folded in a basket, or rolled on this wooden holder custom made for Marley's Monsters UNpaper® Towels!
Wash before use. Machine wash cold with like colors. Tumble dry low or air dry. Use non-chlorine bleach. Low iron as needed. After they've been washed, simply stack them up and re-roll one at a time. Absorbency is increased after the first few washes and towels will shrink just enough to be the perfect size for your holder.
Single ply 100% cotton flannel, polyester thread
Paper band, Handmade in OR
Sarah Dooley, owner of Marley’s Monsters, started her sustainable journey in 2013 after the birth of her first child Marley. After making her own cloth baby wipes, she realized she could save both money and waste and started designing functioning cloth versions of other single use items. What started as a project in her living room has turned into a global community of people seeking sustainable solutions together. Fabric products are handmade in their production studio in Eugene, Oregon and wood products are handmade in their home woodshop by Sarah’s husband Chad. Their mission: Empower people to make simple swaps for a better future.
Remove stitching and compost cotton flannel towels. The thread can be recycled with textile recycling or bring back to store so that we can recycle it properly. The paper band can be composted.