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Around this time every year we get ants. There's no way around it, they just decide they are going to cohabitate (is that a word?) with us and stay for a few weeks. 

I hung a little cloth bag in the kitchen for the used/dirty unpaper towels last night. In the morning, the ants had discovered the bag and set up shop to take away whatever was on those pieces of flannel. Super FAIL. 

On the same night, my husband made a comment, "Wow, these paper towels are really thick!" At that moment, I hear the garbage can close. WHAT?!!! Did he just throw away my precious homemade UNpaper towel?! OMG he sooo did!

First post! Woot woot!

This is my latest diy project... well I hardly call it a project, I literally just cut up some fabric!

I've been wanting to buy some unpaper towels off etsy. I love the different colors and designs and how they all snap together so nicely.

But then I came back down to Earth and thought to myself, I am not going to spend all that money on something I'm going to clean my countertop with!

Though my unpaper towels are simple, I think they've done their job well so far. I do like that they are thin and white like regular paper towels, and they were literally sooo easy to make. 


The EcoFrugal Mama