We're confused by the "invention" of the reusable paper towel. Rags have been around... a while. From spills to drying your hands, there's no such thing as too many rags when you're ditching single-use paper products. Stock up.
We get a lot of questions about how to keep kitchen and hand towels looking presentable. Here's the trick—don't use them on anything that isn't recently clean (i.e. hands and dishes). Need to wipe down the counters? Rag. Spilled water (or wine) on the floor? Rag. Need to wipe out your well-seasoned cast iron skillet? Rag. These babies get dirty so nothing else has to. It's science, or something like it.
Included are some images of the rag system we use in the kitchen to avoid needing paper towels altogether—it's always what we use in the store!
Use & Care Instructions: Use for everything, wash and dry with anything.