I was interested in a bamboo napkin and bought it. It's much thinner than regular kitchen paper, and looks like a large, rough tissue. Is it more water-absorbent than tissue? It's rough, but it's soft so it doesn't feel bad to the touch. We consume a lot of kitchen paper, so I will try using this paper, which has less environmental impact, for a while.
When I was a kid, it was 50 years ago. There was no toilet paper, and there was a hard rat-colored paper in the toilet. It turned into white and soft paper, and when I noticed it became toilet paper. I didn't think I was using it too much, so I took it out and used it. The grandmother in the nursing facility took out a little toilet paper, folded it neatly, and used it. After seeing that, I decided to use bamboo napkins. It can be used for anything. It is useful and used carefully at my home.
When I first ordered it as a sanitary product, it was a paper napkin! Lol I put a cut in the middle and it feels like a tissue, and I mainly use it in the kitchen. It feels thin, but I think it's stronger than tissue when it's dry! I don't think it will change that much when it gets wet. Polo polo I'm very happy that it's made of bamboo and it's eco-friendly, but it's too expensive ... (^^; I'd be happy if more and more bamboo paper products are distributed ♡