Now that our house is complete and we've got a few visits under our belt, I'm more focused on getting it equipped with all the things I consider staples of living. Among those is a supply of cleaning cloths and a system for ensuring they're easy to find, use, and wash so as to reduce paper towel and paper napkin usage as much as possible. At our home in Portland, we don't use any paper napkins and go through a paper towel roll maybe once a month, which is a far cry from switching out the roll every few days a year or two ago.
these cloth napkins from a seller on Etsy. I also need to bring down a few more mesh hampers to get an easy laundry system down.
stack of microfiber cloths like these (36 for $20!) is ideal.
If others are looking for a way to go paperless in the kitchen, either in your primary or your Loreto Bay home, check out this post with clear steps on how to do it successfully.