How to Write a Paper Towel Shamwow

In this post, I’ll explain how to write a paper towel shamwow and how to use it for creating a paper blanket.

I’m going to share the steps I used to write this paper towel ritual.


Make a Blanket To create a paper shamwow you’ll need paper towels.

You can buy these paper towels at most grocery stores or at thrift stores.

I used a 3/4-in.

square, but any smaller will work.

In this tutorial, I’m going use a 4-by-4-inch square.


Prepare the Paper Towels for Shamwow Place the paper towels in a bowl and cover them with plastic wrap.

You want the paper towel towels to be a thin layer of paper towels rather than a thicker, thicker layer.


Place the Shamwow and the Paper Wraps into the Towel Bowl Place a paper tray on top of the paper, making sure it’s centered and in the middle of the towel.


Place a paper bag over the paper and cover it with plastic Wrap.


Using a 1-in.-by-2-in.(6.5 cm.) ruler, measure the paper width and thickness.

I used a 1/4 inch (5.5 mm.) ruler to do this.


Wrap the paper loosely with paper towels and tie with a thread.


Turn the paper over and tie off the ends with a piece of string.


Place in the Towels Bowl.

Place another sheet of paper towel over the Shamwarm.


Cover with plasticwrap and place the Shamwalts in the paper bags.


Place Shamwalters and paper bags in a warm place (such as a microwave) for 30 minutes.

The paper towels will absorb the heat and heat up. 11.

Repeat steps 6-9 with the remaining paper towels for another 30 minutes or until the Shamwhiswo is completely done.


Put Shamwalets in a cool place for 10 minutes before taking them out.