Bamboo paper towels

Bamboo is one of the fastest-growing plants on the planet.  Some species can reach full maturity in just 90 days, and most taking just a couple of years.  One bamboo species can grow a massive 35 inches per day or 1.5 inches per hour. 

Many trees at the equator reach maturity in as little as ten to twenty years. In contrast, trees in northern latitudes usually grow a lot more slowly, often less than a meter or two per year.  For trees in the boreal forests of Canada or parts of Europe to reach maturity it usually takes 80-120 years!

Bamboo grows naturally and regenerates every few months, as oppose to trees that cannot regrow.  It grows without pesticides, chemical fertilizers or irrigation, making it an eco-friendly and sustainable choice over cotton and other plant materials. 

One roll of Bambus, our bamboo towels replaces 60 conventional paper towel rolls.  Using bamboo towels decreases 3000 tons of paper towel waste a day.  So not only is bamboo better for the planet, but it is also a super cost-effective solution for our homes.

Bambus bamboo paper towel is made out of tough rayon bamboo material that is reusable and washable.  It may be placed on your kitchen paper towel holder and dispense easily with 20 tear-off sheets per roll.  Perforated sheets make it easy to use on your regular paper towel dispenser.

It can be used for the kitchen, bathroom, car, garage or travel. Either household or commercial, use it for mopping, cleaning, dusting or wiping. Can be used wet or dry. Use it as napkins, as a duster or as a hand towel.

With bamboo being one of the fastest growing plants on earth these are highly sustainable and responsibly sourced. Tough and durable bamboo viscose rayon is 100% organic and BPA free. The material is chemical free, lint free and 100% biodegradable and compostable.

Although it is machine washable safe we recommend hand washing due to shrinkage. Also at first the sheets may feel little stiff, but they get softer after first wash.


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