We've tried to cut down our use of paper towels, and we don't use paper napkins at all, but going totally paperless just seems pretty darn hard to us, especially when you're wiping up a splat mat after every meal. So we were really interested in how Maya over at Simple Mom did it...
She gives a great explanation of why it hadn't worked for her earlier, and how she finally created a system that made it work with very little effort.
Keeping LOTS of cloths, easily accessible, and organized for different tasks seems to be the key for Maya.
Anyone else go paper-free in the kitchen- with a baby or toddler?
You can read more about Maya's system here.
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Posted originally from: OhDeeDoh