Rakōt75 cloth towels review

REVIEW – I’m a self-admitted paper towel addict. I use them for everything, it’s an expensive and wasteful habit. I kept track of my paper towel use for a week. In that week alone I used 64 paper towels, an average of about 9 a day. To try and cure myself of this malady I opted to review a new multi-purpose cloth towel, the Rakōt75. 

What is it?

The Rakōt75 is a multi-use cloth towel that comes on a roll like a standard paper towel.

Design and features

The thing that attracted me to Rakōt75 was the fact that they came on a roll like regular paper towels. In fact, there are exactly 75 – 11” x 16” perforated sheets on each roll.

The roll fits on a paper towel holder keeping it within reach when you need it. Being on a roll also makes it easy to take them from room to room while cleaning.

Rakōt states that one roll will last up to six months depending on what you use them for.

How does Rakōt75 differ from a standard paper towel?

  1. Highly absorbent ( it can hold up to seven times its weight in water. )
  2. Superior strength wet or dry
  3. Tear resistant
  4. Can be used with any chemical
  5. Hand rinsable
  6. Scratch resistant
  7. Lint-free

What can Rakōt75 towels be used for?

All of this sounds great but how do they perform in a day to day life scenario? After spending the past few weeks using them, I can tell you they faired pretty well. I used them to clean up spills, wash & dry dishes, dust furniture, clean the bathroom, and even wipe my dog’s muddy paws. In each case, the Rakōt75 performed as well as a paper towel, and in most cases even better.

I gave a few sheets to my mom to try, and she couldn’t stop raving about them. She loved how absorbent they were and said she would never use paper towels again to clean the mirrors in her house. You know if your mom likes something it must be pretty good.

Absorbency

To test absorbency, I used a single sheet of the Rakōt75 vs. a single sheet of paper towel to wipe up a coffee spill. As you can see from the video below the Rakōt75 easily beat the paper towel.

And the great thing about the Rakōt75 is that you can simply rinse it out and reuse it. Try doing that with a paper towel.

Durability

One thing I like about the towels is how durable they are. For example, I used them to wipe off my dog’s muddy paws. In the past, I would’ve gone through sheet after sheet of paper towel or several rags. With Rakōt75, I was able to use one sheet several times. When it got dirty, I rinsed it out with warm water and a little soap. See the pic below.

You can even toss them into the washing machine for a more thorough cleaning.

Durability is certainly not a problem for these towels, even when they’re wet. Depending on what I was using them for I got a good 4-6 uses from each towel. After that, they seemed to lose a little absorbency and started to fray. Your mileage may vary.

You can even cut them into halves or quarters if you don’t require a full sheet to do a particular task.

What I like

  • The roll is convenient
  • Super Absorbent
  • Durable even when wet
  • You can use them for just about any task you can think up
  • Eco-friendly

What needs to be improved

  • Nothing

Final thoughts

Although I don’t think they’ll cure me of my paper towel addiction when it comes to multi-use towels, Rakōt might just be the G.O.A.T. And, you don’t have to take my word for it, you can try them yourself. Just head over to the Rakōt75 website and get your Free Sample. What will you use them for?!

Price: $19.95
Where to buy: Rakōt75 website and The Grommet.
Source: The sample of this product was provided by Rakōt75.

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  2. I get the appeal of them being on a roll, but what did you do with them after you tore them off and were waiting to reuse them? Did you have a pile of them hanging out in the kitchen somewhere?

    1. Michael Strange

      Good question Pam. I only had to use one at a time in the kitchen and after using it and rinsing it out I hung it to dry. It basically took the place of my kitchen towel.

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