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Back in 1949 a Swedish man engineered a new material out of natural & renewable fibers. Paper towels are rarely used across Scandinavia where reuse and recycle naturally is the motto.
These marvelously absorbent dish cloths are a wonder in the kitchen. They soften when wet & wash & dry like a dream. Kitchen surfaces are virtually streak-free. Made of 70% cellulose and 30% cotton, they're durable (just wash them in your washing machine). And since they are all natural you can even compost them should you tire of them. They're more sanitary than sponges - they dry out more quickly. Use them instead of paper towels to blot up spills -- they absorb 15 times their weight in water.