Why paper towels?

paper towels are great, but you probably don’t use them all the time.

In fact, you probably use only one-third to one-half of the paper towels you use every day, according to research from the American Association of Paper Towel Manufacturer (AAPM).

So how much do you really use?

A recent survey conducted by the AAPM found that people use a total of 5 billion paper towels each year, which is about $13 billion a year.

And it’s a big chunk of money: Paper towels account for about 5% of the entire U.S. economy.

And they’re used for about $2.5 billion worth of products every year, according the AAPL.

To get a sense of how much you’re spending on paper towels by the way, check out this chart.

That’s more paper towels per capita than all of our other goods combined.

But it’s still less than we spend on every other household item, like the average American family of four, the U.K. Household Survey, or the cost of food and housing in the U, according