Top Ten: Ways to Recycle Your Old Towels and Sheets

Top Ten: Ways to Recycle Your Old Towels and Sheets

Stephanie Kinnear
Feb 12, 2009

Very few things are as infinitely reusable as old towels and sheets. We'd almost argue that there's never a need to throw one out. Here are the top ten ways to recycled the stained, threadbare, or just plain out of style rejects in your linen closet.

Also: Learn how to install a programmable thermostat, give old paint brushes a new life, live without a television, and kick snail mail to the curb. All the links are after the jump.

Here is Part 3 of Trent's five-part series on green cleaners you already have. Got dirty paint brushes? Here's how to restore them to new.

Programmable thermostats are one of those great green items that pay for themselves quickly. They aren't too expensive and they're easy to install yourself.

File this under "Ideas We Wish We'd Thought Of." Zumbox wants to render snail mail obsolete.

A few thoughts on living without a television set. Could you do it? Do you do it? Would you want to?

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