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    I just saw the Mrs. Meyer's pine scent on Amazon for $3.69! Maybe you can grab a few bottles!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thislovingchaos View Post
    I love Mrs. Meyer's and Zum Mist products. My favorite Mrs. Meyer's is the Iowa Pine. I am obsessed and should have stocked up since it's a limited edition scent (I'm currently on my very last bottle).
    I feel the same way about the peppermint scent.
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    RTB, I have been eyeballing unpaper towels for 2 years now, but just haven't gotten them. Did you get a cotton or a bamboo fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carmaline View Post
    I just saw the Mrs. Meyer's pine scent on Amazon for $3.69! Maybe you can grab a few bottles!
    Thank you! I'll check that out.

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    I really liked the Peppermint too. I think the smell from the Pine lasted a lot longer though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aselvarial View Post
    RTB, I have been eyeballing unpaper towels for 2 years now, but just haven't gotten them. Did you get a cotton or a bamboo fabric?
    My mom picked them up from a craft fair for me and they are cotton. I didn't even know they had bamboo! I'm not sure I would have bought them on my own, the cost is a bit off-putting, but now that I have used them, I would. I have cleaning rags, but they look like rags, I like that these are pretty.
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    Im a little confused and curious about the unpaper towels. Such as, when do you use them?
    In my house, paper towels are used for gross things and stuff thats not going to clean out easily - puppy puddles, and wiping grease off the stove come to mind. Theyre also used for wrapping in the microwave to prevent splatters and to contain grease. (leftover pizza!)
    I use dishtowels for things that dont permanently stain, and that come out in the wash (hence no greasy stovetops).

    What do unpaper towels do that dishtowels dont? Do you still use paper towels, but less of them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexsmom View Post
    Im a little confused and curious about the unpaper towels. Such as, when do you use them?
    In my house, paper towels are used for gross things and stuff thats not going to clean out easily - puppy puddles, and wiping grease off the stove come to mind. Theyre also used for wrapping in the microwave to prevent splatters and to contain grease. (leftover pizza!)
    I use dishtowels for things that dont permanently stain, and that come out in the wash (hence no greasy stovetops).

    What do unpaper towels do that dishtowels dont? Do you still use paper towels, but less of them?
    I use paper towels for most of the same things you mentioned. But I do use less of them since I got the unpaper. I use them like a combo dish cloth / dish towel (they are a couple layers thick). Mine are dark, so they don't show stains like most of my dishtowels would. I keep them in use longer before washing them than a dish cloth. I like the way they store better than folded dish cloths - you snap them together and roll them up. For me, they are just as easy to grab as a paper towel. I was not expecting to like them, so maybe the fact that I had a negative opinion to start makes me review them higher.
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    I don't own dish towels AM, that's why I've been eyeing the unpaper towels. I like that they snap together and can be put on a paper towel holder. Dishtowels would either have to be stored in the linen closet (nowhere near my kitchen), or folded up in a drawer this kitchen doesn't have. Unpaper towels could be kept where my paper towels are!

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