How to create a countertop paper towels countertop for a $50 price tag

Paper towels, as you know, are great.

They’re super cheap, so you can just buy a bunch and hang them all over the place.

But, like, a bunch of paper towels?

Yeah, that’s a bit of a problem.

There’s a whole world of paper towel counters, but you can’t just put all of them in a single counter.

So here are a few ideas on how to create one yourself.

(This is not an exhaustive list, but I thought I’d include it here.)1.

Make a paper towel tray for $50 or less2.

Use this paper towel shelf for $20 or less3.

Use a paper towels table top for $30 or less4.

Make your own paper towels rack for $15 or less.5.

Buy a paper tray from Amazon for $40 or less6.

Use these paper towel absorbent sheets for $25 or less7.

Make paper towel dishes and cut out paper towel cups for $5 or less8.

Make one-sheet paper towels for $1.00 or less9.

Buy some paper towels in bulk from Amazon and use them to make paper towels and paper towel storage bins10.

Make something cool with paper towels, too, such as a counter with a paper tabletop, a table for a counter, a storage box, a counter for a refrigerator, or a counter that looks like a counter.

How to wash your countertops with countertop paper towels

How to Wash Your Countertops With Countertop Paper Towels: 1.

Wash with a sponge.

Put a bowl of water over a sink or small dishwasher to soak your countertop, paper towels or countertop towels.

Rinse thoroughly with a small amount of cold water to remove any soap residue.


Wash by hand.

Brush with a soft, soft brush and pat dry.


If you’re looking for a cleaner look, wipe with a damp cloth and then dry by hand with a paper towel.


If your counter top is dry, put a towel over it and dry it by hand before rinsing with cold water.


For a better rinse, use a soft cloth and wipe with your fingers to remove excess soap residue and clean up any stains.


For more natural, organic, eco-friendly options, check out our eco-minded options guide.