Bambooee Bamboo Towels

Bambooee Towels on Shark Tank

Reusable Paper Towels - Episode 517 - 2/28/2014
Bambooee seen in episode 517, 2/28/2014
 How many paper towels rolls does your family buy in a year's time? We easily use up at least 2 rolls a month, or at least 24 rolls of paper towels within a year. They sure are convenient, but boy that's a lot of paper, and a lot of trees needed to keep up with this single use throw away product. But what if paper towels were made out of Bamboo wood instead? Is this type of wood really that much stronger than the softer woods normally used in making disposable paper towels? It looks like we're all going to get a lesson on how efficient Bamboo really is on the next Shark Tank Show.

Bamboo towels seen on episode 517
One Roll of Bambooee
Equals 286 Paper Towel Rolls
Owners of Bambooee, Nome and Irene Krasiansky, will be featured on Shark Tank in episode 517 with this Eco-friendly product destined to eliminate paper towels in thousands of homes around the world. Each roll of the Bambooee towels consists of 20 sheets that can be washed and reused up to 100 times before throwing away. The Krasiansky's guarantee this reusable bamboo towel is the strongest, most durable and absorbent kitchen towel on the market. With just a single roll of Bambooee, replaces up to 286 paper towel rolls you're now consuming.

If this isn't a good enough reason for you to try a roll of Bambooee, then maybe planting a tree for you will. For each roll of Bambooee sold, one tree will be planted and help restore forests that have been destroyed from over logging. According to the main page, so far over 50,000 trees have been planted (pre-Shark Tank appearance) as a result from buying Bambooee products. That sounds fantastic, but how much do these new and improved kitchen towels cost? According to Bambooee's listing on Amazon, it cost 15.99 per roll consisting of 20 sheets each. It looks like they also qualify for Amazon Prime shipping discount.

Bambooee Reusable Towels before Shark Tank Update:

I have to tell you, if there was ever a Shark Tank product screaming Infomercial, the Bambooee would have to be it. Without educating the public on the benefits using this reusable towel compared to throw away paper towels, this might be an extremely hard sell sitting next to each other in the grocery store. That is unless of course the new packaging says "As seen on the Shark Tank", which then they won't be able to keep in stock for long.


  1. Anonymous5:55 PM

    awesome product

  2. Anonymous4:45 PM

    They need to have a refillable dispenser for the washed towels sheets, since they won't be in a roll after the first use.

    1. Anonymous10:55 PM

      TOTALLY AGREE! That's what I was thinking.

  3. Anonymous5:55 PM

    Is this any different than using a cotton hand towel and washing
    it the same way??? I don't notice any difference ...

    1. Anonymous6:44 PM

      My thoughts exactly.

    2. Anonymous10:05 AM

      Cotton towels don't work very good wet. Bamboo acts kind of like a squeegee when wet.

  4. Anonymous11:11 AM

    I like the guy in the video. He is eccentric and very fun

  5. Anonymous6:58 AM

    The difference is what it's made with - it's intentionally better for the earth than paper towels, cotton rags, etc. We're an environmentally sound cleaning company and we're testing this product this month. Way to be Bambooee!

  6. Anonymous6:58 AM

    Cotton will only work a few times, it doesn't release the soils that these will, and it will suck up germs, unlike this which you can wash. Cotton is an outdated product.

  7. I was wondering where I can purchase a bambooee product in utah??

    1. Amazon online for $6.50 per roll


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