COTTLEVILLE, MO (KTVI) – Jessica Behlmann stopped by to tell Tim how local shop Poverty Barn & Friends in Cottleville, Missouri, recently launched a new product called Unpaper Towels. It’s a roll of handmade re-usable cloth towels that can significantly cut down on waste and save families an average of $150 a year.
Customers can choose the color of terry cloth fabric and cotton print for their towels so they can be completely customized to their taste. The towels are attached together and can be easily separated, used and washed.
Visit their Etsy shop at: https://www.etsy.com/listing/119564244/unpaper-towels-with-snap-adapter