Recently I did buy a box of disposable cloths. Today the box was empty. I sucked it up and went for a rag that I knew I had to wash out. Eureka! Under the sink in front of the bag of rags was a roll of (drumroll, please) paper towel. I use approximately two rolls of paper towels a year. For jobs that I don't want to wash out rags, such as when the pup has an upset stomach.
Do they work? They aren't the 'static' sheets like the disposable cloths brag about. Guess what? The disposable cloths are not created with static. The static appears when they are rubbed against the hard surface of the floor. The paper towel did a great job of cleaning the dusty wood floors. I love it!
So I know I will be purchasing an additional roll of paper towel this year. Maybe two. But, it will be quite a bit less expensive than the 30 count box of off brand dry cloths I have bought in the past.
You know, of course, I will combine a coupon and a sale to buy the paper towel. The dry cloths are
never on sale.
I swear the floors looked clean.