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Seventh Generation Paper Towels are made from 100% recycled paper, with a minimum of 50% post-consumer content. Brown color paper towels are unwhitened.
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Reviews For 100% Recycled Paper Towels - Unbleached
Based on 16 Reviews
Great paper towels!
I was skeptical when first purchasing these paper towels, but they work just as well as normal paper towels. They are a little thinner, but they get the job done and are great for the environment.
I was Leary when I saw them, but they work just as well
These are stronger than I thought they would be and I always love using recycled paper. Will buy again.
Thin, non-absorbent, like a piece of paper.
I bought these even though my instinct was to trust what some of the other reviewers said about them not being very good. They are just like or maybe even worse than the brown paper towels in bathrooms at public stores and bathrooms. They tear very easily when dry and even easier when wet. They don't absorb very much liquid and you need twice or three times as many to get the job done. I love the fact that they are 100% recycled and are not bleached, but they just don't compare to the paper towels I usually buy. I am used to the thick, soft, absorbent Bounty paper towels and these don't compare in any way. Don't waste your money on these if you are used to super thick paper towels because you will be disappointed. Too bad because I use a lot of paper towels for cleaning and was really hoping these would be good :(
good paper towels
I like these paper towels, the size is good, they are better for the environment without bleach and made from recycled paper. I felt they do a good job of absorbing and they are strong enough.
Won't buy again
These paper towels just don't cut it for me. I love that they are made from recycled paper and are unbleached, but that's about it. They aren't very absorbent or strong. I find myself having to use more of them because of this and I don't think that's good in the long run. To provide a good comparison, think gas station paper towels. You know the towels that come out of the dispenser on the wall? Yep, that's exactly what they are like. Won't be buying them again unfortunately.
Great alternative to bleached paper towels!
These work just like normal paper towels except one step better for us and the environment. My only complaint is the sections do not tear apart easily to use just a smaller section when needed.
Strong enough, absorbent enough...
REALLY COOL that it's recycled and unbleached
Works for me
Worked for me. Seventh Gen is a little pricey, but these ones on thrive were still cheaper than my Whole Foods. Thanks for offering on TM!
Not so absorbent, Not so Sturdy
We love Seventh Gen but these just weren't practical b/c they would shred when ripping them off the role and we would need to use two at times when only one would be necessary with a standard paper towel. We won't be getting these again but will keep getting the dishwasher soap which we love and hope that Thrive starts carrying their trash bags which are great. I would also love to see Thrive carry their laundry detergent which is also great.
Works great in the kitchen
I won't spend a day in my kitchen without these. They soak up everything and they last quite well.
They are such a good brand and such a good product that it is easy to look past their higher price.
It pays to pay more for quality products, especially when they are so earth friendly.
- Tarah H.
This is a touch durable paper towel that absorbs a lot. My husband uses these in his shop and I rely on them in my kitchen. I love that they a biodegradable and compostable.
The only thing that I do not like about them is the price. They are awfully expensive when you are used to paying a third of that price. However, they are jumbo rolls and they do work great.
- Sheila T.
Eh, not as good as standard towels
I have to admit, I buy a lot of things that aren't the best for the environment, but I'm trying to get better so I bought these with that effort in mind.
But these just aren't as good as the standard towels. They're not as strong and absorbent, and they feel a little cheaper when you touch them. They clean things up, it just takes more to do the job. But I'll keep buying these because it's good for environment.
- Kellen E.
Great absorbent towels
These recycled paper towels are no different than the real thing. A lot of people have this fear that recycled paper isn't as good, but the truth is, it's probably stronger than regular paper towels, and it's much easier on the environment than using standard towels.
- Kathy Edwards
I was worried that these recycled paper towels wouldn't absorb as much liquid, but it turns out that I had no reason to be concerned. These paper towels are just as absorbant and as useful as their white varieties. I love that these are made from recycled materials, so I don't feel nearly as wasteful while using them. It doesn't have the chlorine bleached white color that most paper towels are known for, and it helps turn waste paper into something that's serviceable again. I love supporting the environment in a way that barely changes my own life but helps the Earth.
- Bethany C.
Great for kids
If you have kids and you constantly need to have tissues handy, then these paper towels are a must have for you. Fresh smelling, clean and absorbent, these towels serve a big purpose in the kitchen as well as in the car when you go out with kids as they will be needing tissues all the way from cleaning their nose to wiping their hands and clothes and what not. I buy them in bundles to avoid shortage. It’s a great product for personal satisfaction.
- Jacob Peters
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