Green paper products are Tree-Free!
Green Tree Free Paper Towels Are
The Quicker Planet Helper!
We use only bamboo and sugar cane waste to manufacture our paper towels. Conventional paper towels are often bleached during production to make the color appear more white. Our tree-free paper towels use only natural hydrogen peroxide. Traditional paper towels are made from either virgin or recycled paper pulp extracted from wood or fibers. Our tree-free paper towels do not use any tree-based raw materials at all and come individually packaged (multi-fold), in single rolls, and packages of two.
We do not add colors, dyes, or inks to our tree-free paper towels (keeping your paper towels pure). We allow the naturally absorbent fibers to take care of our work which helps us keep the manufacturing costs down and pass the savings on to our customers. Many manufacturers print paper towels with patterns and intricate colored images on each sheet (flower images, etc.). Some conventional paper towel manufacturers use patterns or stamped shapes impregnated into the paper towels to help them hold moisture.
Our tree-free paper towels are made from strong, absorbent fibers that are naturally soft without harsh chemicals. In contrast, some conventional tree-made paper towel manufacturers use two or more layers of paper to bolster their strength, absorbency, weight, and thickness. Choosing suitable raw materials helps us limit over manufacturing and reverse engineering to create the perfect product. We rely on nature to provide us with appropriate materials to help us meet the needs of our customers.
Paper towels are generally accepted as a healthy alternative to kitchen or bathroom towels. They are as absorbent as cloth, and since they are disposable, they are much more sanitary. Paper towels are intended to be used only once. Paper towels soak up water because they are loosely woven, enabling water to travel between them. Therefore, they pick up spills much more quickly than a cloth towel. Paper towels have almost the same purposes as conventional towels, such as drying hands, wiping windows, cleaning up spills, and dusting furniture.