Paperless Kitchen: Each Skoy Cloth Saves 15 Paper Towel Rolls
There are major things you can do to help the environment, like converting your home to renewable energy, and there are little things you can do, like using reusable shopping bags.
One of my eco sins is using paper towels. I hate them, but I have yet to go completely paper free in the kitchen. This is a little thing I could do for the environment, which is much easier and less expensive than getting an electric car.
Paperless Kitchen has the solution with Skoy earth friendly cloth:
SKOY is the perfect cloth for your home due to its absorption ability of 15X its own weight in liquid. If you used regular paper towels, you would need at least 15 sheets to soak up that much fluid. The cloth is washable so you are able to re-use it for months. It has a quick dry feature and does not provide a suitable environment for bacteria, unlike a sponge which can leave your dishes, counters and hands dirty and bacteria ridden. Simply, microwave your SKOY cloth regularly to kill germs and keep you and your home healthy.
SKOY is perfect for the environment too, simply by the fact that you are cutting down on the use of paper products used in your home, the cloth's durability and absorption, and because the cloth is entirely degradable. Now you can rest easy knowing not only is your home safe from bacteria, but you are protecting the Earth by keeping waste out of landfills and using a product that will compost easily.
I don't have a microwave, but I am not worried about keeping Skoy cloths sterile. They are safe to use in the washer/dryer or dishwasher.
Skoy is super absorbent and affordable. Bye, bye recycled paper towels!
disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.
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Posted by Jennifer Lance at September 10, 2012 9:15 PM