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Why Are Kitchen Paper Towels So Absorbent?

Paper towels for kitchens are a great way to wash hands while in the bathroom or kitchen as well as to remove spills, and clean everything from floors to windows. Because of their absorbency, durability, and ease of use, they are commonly employed in kitchens. 

Apart from their ease of use they are also sanitary because they're disposable and designed for use only once, thus preventing the spread of bacteria that can occur when sharing towels. Anyone who has used towels at some point in their lives has realized that kitchen paper wipes are easy to use and disposable; however, what makes them so absorbent?

Paper napkins/wipes can soak up more liquid than napkins or tissue. And when you've attempted to clean up spills with a napkin, or tissue, then you know this! 

The reason kitchen paper wipes absorb lots of liquid is that, unlike napkins and tissue, the paper which makes up a paper towel is woven loosely which allows water to flow between the fibers of paper in the towel. 

The other aspect of paper absorbency is the number of plies or stacks of paper. Kitchen paper towels can also be found in 2-ply and 1-ply versions which means that they're either one layer thick or two layers thick. 

If you look at kitchen towels at the bulk shopping warehouses of memberships or in the supermarket or on the internet you can observe the variety of kitchen towels. Once you know the reasons why different brands have different absorbances, you will be a better-informed buyer.