TOP TIP: When washing your reusable kitchen towels it's more eco-friendly to wash at 30 degrees and wash more items in one go. Air drying is much greener than tumble drying too.

When your kitchen towel comes to the end of its life make sure it's disposed of properly in a clothing bank or clothes recycling unit.


Reusable serviettes can be found in many supermarkets and high street shops. These may often be made of unsustainable materials however it's still more eco-friendly than daily single-use waste over time.


TOP TIP: If you're shopping online and buying more than one item then it's more eco-friendly ordering all items from the same website in one order to reduce the impact of packaging and delivery.

Plastic Freedom stock kitchen towel in a variety of great designs. They also plant one tree for every order made and have a brilliant selection of other eco-friendly products.

Boobalou have a selection of kitchen towels, the best of which being the reusable ones. Their website is filled with all sorts of green living products so it's worth having a browse.

Wearth London sell kitchen towel made of re-purposed fabric destined for landfill. They have a great range of other green living products on their website.