Way to Save #144: Use Hand Towels

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Save a tree or two. Use a clean hand towel in the kitchen instead of always reaching for paper towels.

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  • DD

    this will save tons of money!!!!!!!!!! we already switched and i don't miss buying paper towels, napkins or swiffer refills. i found on another site to use fleece for the swiffer sweeper, doesn't get frayed edges, and can throw in the wash and reuse, and there's no difference!