Collection: Papaya Reusables

Papaya Reusables is a women-owned, game-changing brand creating reusable paper towels. Just one Papaya sheet replaces 17 ROLLS of disposable paper towel! They're all natural, never smell & are 100% compostable. Simply rinse after use and hang to dry on the Papaya hook included in your set of reusable towels! An amazing sustainable swap that replaces smelly, bacteria-laden rags and sponges

Hang them around the home to have them in easy reach ready to help you with any messy battles! Hang them on the splash back behind the stove, kitchen sink, laundry, bathroom and by the highchair

Papaya Reusables can be used to replace baby wipes. They are all-natural, anti-bacterial, non-toxic and printed with water-based ink. Can be used on sticky hands and faces, to clean the high chair, at bath time - give one to your toddler to get them to clean themselves!

  • Made from 70% Cellulose and 30% Cotton
  • Raw and renewable
  • All natural
  • 100% compostable
  • Absorbs 20x its weight in liquid
  • Quick-drying
  • Dishwasher and machine safe (air-dry only)
  • Includes hook for convenient storage

Care instructions: 

For everyday use - rinse with soap and water if it was a dirty job. Or simply with water for easy cleaning tasks. Squeeze excess water and hang to dry on the hook provided

For a deeper clean - if your Papaya Reusable towel needs a refresh or after a particularly tough job, pop your towel on the top rack of the dishwasher or toss in the washing machine. We recommend to air-dry your towel to avoid shrinkage. Best to remove the towel before the drying phase (dishwasher) and allow to dry naturally on the accompanying hook

How long does it last?:

  • Reusables can be composted after 2-3 months of average wear and tear
  • Depending on placement and use, one sheet can last 6-9 months!
  • Towels continually used for messy and tough cleaning jobs will reach their end of life quicker
  • Conversely, sheets used for lighter cleaning tasks will have a longer lifespan

Your cue to compost:

  • It's taking longer for your towel to fully soften under running water
  • It doesn't absorb as much, as quickly
  • It's starting to look very well-loved

To compost your towel at the end of its life simply cut up in smallish pieces and toss in your compostable bin. Yay!


Papaya Reusables