You might not know you need paper towel but you do!

A few years ago, I wrote an article about how paper towels are becoming a necessity for many of us, as well as a number of other people, in our daily lives.

That article also included a tip on how to properly wash paper towels.

But the article was largely a warning, to be followed up with the need to take the necessary precautions and wear a towel when using paper towels in general.

As you can imagine, there were a lot of people who didn’t take the tip to heart and were left with a lot more paper towels than they should have.

Now, a new survey from a leading company suggests that the paper towel issue has been greatly exaggerated.

According to the survey, published in the journal Applied Materials & Interfaces, about 70 percent of the people surveyed have never used paper towels at all.

Of those, the average amount of paper towels used in daily life is 2.8 sheets.

This is the lowest percentage of the respondents who used paper in their daily lives that the survey found.

It also makes sense considering that people tend to keep a lot fewer paper towels for the rest of the day.

So if you don’t need the extra paper towels, don’t worry.

The survey also found that the majority of people have used at least one type of paper towel for the past three years, and that they have used the same paper towels as someone else.

So while there is no single “perfect” paper towel, the survey indicates that those who use the same type of towel more than once may need to change their towels frequently, especially if they don’t have regular breaks between use.

The survey also showed that more than half of respondents said they were concerned about the amount of waste generated by paper towels; almost half of them had used more than 50 towels in the past year.

So the more paper you use, the more likely you are to end up with a significant amount of plastic debris.

What can you do about it?

There is no question that the need for paper towels is a big one for many people.

And while there are several options for paper towel recycling, most paper towels end up in landfills, making paper towels a significant source of plastic waste in the process.

So it is important to remember that many of these paper towels have plastic in them, and as a result, they are an excellent source of microplastics.

And with so many paper towels out there, it is imperative to avoid purchasing these products at any price.

There is no shame in buying reusable paper towels or making the effort to purchase reusable paper, but making sure you choose the right type of reusable paper is a good idea, too.

And if you are a paper towel consumer, you might want to keep an eye on your paper towel usage, too, as it might be something to keep in mind when choosing your next purchase.