When it rains, menards offers a dry, reusable cloth for the office
Axios/AP article Menards paper towel maker Menards has a new solution for office workers: a dry and reusable cloth that can be hung on the wall or placed on top of a desk.
The company said Monday that it is offering its paper towel service for $3 per day, or $1.25 per ounce.
Menards said it plans to launch the cloth on its website on Wednesday.
“We want our customers to enjoy the convenience of their paper towels by bringing them to the office in a convenient, reusable container,” the company said in a statement.
The cloth comes in sizes of small and large, and is made of recycled paper that has been “farmed” by farmers in the U.S. and elsewhere.
The new product is the first time that Menards is using recycled paper to create a dry paper towel, which is a product that is not typically available in stores.
Menard said it is the only company that has made a dry product that was made from recycled paper.
Menarding has been using paper towels since 1871.
The firm began making paper towels in 1876.
The first product to be produced by Menards was in 1884, when it made the paper towel.
In addition to the wet paper towel and dry paper towels that are now ubiquitous, Menards also offers other products that are made from paper.
For example, the company offers a paper towel made from a type of cotton called linen that can withstand temperatures as low as -20 degrees Fahrenheit.