We are a society that values personal space and personal privacy, but we also value the ability to leave a mess, paper towels included.
And paper towels have a lot of personal space, and they can be quite messy, so they tend to get tossed.
But there are a few things you can do to minimize that mess and keep your paper towels clean.
Here are some of the best things you could do to keep paper towels out of the trash.1.
Use a paper towel scraper to clean up the mess.
You could just use a scraper, but you could also use a sponge brush to clean the edges of your paper towel to get rid of excess paper.
It’s really hard to see when a towel is getting wet, so the sponge can help clean it up.2.
Wrap paper towels in plastic wrap to keep them clean.
We all know how much paper towels can soak up in the microwave and other things, so wrapping them in plastic is an easy way to keep your towels clean and dry.3.
Use towels that are disposable.
I know, I know.
It feels weird, but sometimes it’s really easy to get stuck with plastic towels in your house because you just can’t seem to stop using them.
This is a great time to switch to a paper towels dispenser instead.
You can use them as a replacement for disposable towels, and you’ll get rid the extra paper towels from your household waste stream.4.
Use reusable towels.
Some of the most convenient ways to keep towels out from the garbage are through reusable towels that you can toss in the trash when you’re done with your house.5.
Use paper towels to wash dishes.
I don’t know about you, but if I had to guess, I’d say that most of the time, when I see my laundry on the sink, I’m pretty happy with the way it’s getting there.
And if you have a really busy house, or just want to make sure that your towels are in a neat pile when you get home, paper towel storage might be your best option.6.
Keep your towels out at least a week.
The longer you leave your towels at home, the better, because you’ll want to reuse them whenever you get them.
And you can even throw them away to keep the water out.
If you want to leave them at least two days, throw them out at the end of the week.7.
Keep paper towels inside.
When you’re going to get ready to use the washing machine, or when you need to take a shower, or after you’ve cleaned up the dishes, you’re more likely to need to throw them in the garbage if they’re in there.
But you can always keep paper towel wrappers in the fridge, freezer, or the kitchen sink to keep things nice and organized.8.
Keep a towel in your car or a cupboard at home.
You know, it’s a great idea to keep a paper-wrapped towel in the garage, garage, or cupboard, or anywhere where paper towels are stored.
And I’m not just talking about in the freezer.
You could even put it on your car’s dash, or your coffee table, or even your dresser drawer.
It will make you feel more comfortable and organized when you use the towel, and it will keep your home cleaner, too.9.
Don’t use paper towels as a paperweight.
While paper towels, which are not really water-soluble, are great for storing paper or paper towels that aren’t really paper, the real benefit is to use them to make your laundry.
That way, you’ll never have to use any paper towels again.