Bebeboo | Scrapz | Reusable Paper Towels
Bebeboo | Scrapz | Reusable Paper Towels
Bebeboo | Scrapz | Reusable Paper Towels
Bebeboo | Scrapz | Reusable Paper Towels
Bebeboo | Scrapz | Reusable Paper Towels

Bebeboo | Scrapz | Reusable Paper Towels

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DESCRIPTION

Scrapz is a reusable paper towel made of 70% Industrial Waste Cellulose and 30% Cotton and comes in sets of 3 Bebeboo prints. Each Scrapz has a printed linear texture front and a crisscross texture back side. One Scrapz is 20x more absorbent than your average paper towel.
  • One Scrapz can be used for about 2 months on average wear or can be washed up to 200 times. It may last longer, depending on use.
  • Perfect for cleaning and wiping down surfaces. Scrapz can be used with just water or any of your favorite cleaning solutions.
  • Get rid of stinky bacteria harboring synthetic sponges and use Scrapz for washing dishes.
  • Clean, wash, dry, repeat! It is fast drying!
  • Compostable and Biodegradable.

Print color: Cottage Dreams set  -- comes with the prints Lemons, Here Comes The Sun and Beatrix (new print).

Features:

  • Approximately 30×40 cm, 11″x15″
  • Fits 5-6 sets of pre-stuffed diapers
  • Has two snap handles for convenience. Hang it on the stroller, backseat, bathroom, etc or snap them together for ease of carrying
  • Zipper pockets on opposite sides provide two large compartments for better organization.
  • Made with water-resistant PUL material (please note, they are suitable for wet items, but not soaking wet – please squeeze out any excess water before placing in the bag)
  • Machine washable, tumble dry low or line dry

How to use:

  1. Scrapz can be gritty and tough when dry. Use it as is for wiping down spills and wet surfaces.
  2. For cleaning, simply wet to soften. Clean surfaces with water or your favorite cleaning solutions.
  3. Rinse after use and hang dry.
  4. Scrapz can be hand washed, machine washed or placed on the top rack of dishwasher. Please hang dry to extend life. Do NOT tumble dry. Don’t worry, Scrapz dries fast!
  5. At the end of its life do NOT throw it away. Put it in your compost bin. No compost bin? That’s okay. Tear it apart and mix in your plant soil.

What’s special about Scrapz? It is made of 70% scraps!

“There are two main methods of producing paper – manual process and machine dependent process. Regardless of the process used, the pulp is an essential component in producing paper. There are two commonly used pulp in paper production – wood and cotton. In the making of pulp, a significant number of trees are cut down. According to the data from the Global Forest Resource Assessment, roughly 80,000 to 160,000 trees are cut down each day around the world with a significant percentage being used in the paper industry. The major impact of the constant deforestation is the change in global climatic patterns. Apart from deforestation, the paper manufacturing industry also contributes to air pollution. In the United States, paper industries accounted for roughly 20% of the air pollution in 2015. Paper manufacturing also contributes significantly to water pollution. In 2015, the Canadian government estimated that the nation’s paper industry accounted for 5% of the waste disposed into the nation’s waterways. Data indicates that the production of 1 ton of paper contaminates nearly 20,000 gallons of water.”   source: https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/how-many-trees-does-it-take-to-make-1-ton-of-paper.html

All pulp is made of cellulose. Cellulose is basically plant fiber. Therefore, cellulose can be harvested from practically most plants, but doing so can be cost prohibitive. So instead of extracting cellulose from virgin pulp like wood we opted to use industrial waste. The industrial waste pulp we use is commonly composed of corn cob, corn stalks, rice straw, sugarcane bagasse and occasionally some wheat straw. These fibers are cooked, washed and then soaked in sulfurous acid to further breakdown the fiber and separate the cellulose. *Sulfurous acid (weak acid) is used, not sulfuric acid (example of a weak acid is acetic acid that can be found in vinegar and oxalic acid which can be found in some vegetables). We know that wood pulp based cellulose could produce stronger fiber and may be a better choice up to some extent, but we specifically choose industrial waste cellulose for its sustainability.

Material Content: 70% Industrial Waste Cellulose and 30% Cotton, printed with plant-based ink.
Size: Approximately 7.5 x 6.5 inches
Note: Depending on use, the print may fade sooner/before the product disintegrates. This is normal due to the nature of the material and the ink used for printing.

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