Bambooee Reusable Bamboo Towels

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It’s usually pretty difficult to bring food and drinks, laughs and good times outside without creating a mess. Don’t worry about a daunting clean up after a nice outdoor picnic. Bring Bambooee reusable bamboo towels and be ready to stay clean while keeping it green. Made of certified organic and sustainable earth-friend bamboo, they are thicker and more absorbent than even the lux paper towels.

Bambooee is earth friendly, sustainable and an extremely versatile product for any kitchen or household cleaning. Bambooee can be reused up to 100+ times! After use just toss the towel in the washing machine and it is ready to take on the next dry, sticky or wet mess. One roll of Bambooee is equivalent to 286 standard paper towel rolls. By making a simple switch, consumers can save lots of money while decreasing the 3,000 tons of paper towel waste that are produced each day!
 
 
Bambooee is sold online at www.bambooee.com and is also available nationwide at Williams Sonoma.

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