Do you find yourself going through rolls and rolls of paper towels? Do you ever think about the wastefulness and environmental impact of them? Wanna save some money? Then cut back on your usage.
When our daughter started eating solids, we started using paper towels to clean her hands, face and highchair tray after her meals and snacks. This added up to alot of paper towels and we were constantly buying them.
Then one day it hit me about how wasteful this was. Why was I polluting the earth needlessly? So we made the switch to using baby washcloths to clean her up instead. Now we barely ever buy paper towels. I have 2 big packs of them in my stockpile and it will take a looong time to use them up.
Want an easy, cheap and convenient way to store all those baby washcloths? Use a toddler shoe box.
I use several of these toddler sized shoe boxes in one of our changing table drawers. They are perfect for holding baby's washcloths, socks, hats and bibs. These shoe boxes keep everything contained as well as nice and organized. It works for me! Find other Works For Me Wednesday tips over at Rocks In My Dryer.