Ora kitchen towels review! 

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One grab no tear

Unique round sheets are cleverly stacked so you can grab a single sheet with just one hand.

Two rolls in one

With no inner tube, one Ora stack has the same number of sheets as two conventional kitchen towel rolls. Lasts longer and takes up less space.

Round sheet

Designed to fit your hand perfectly, Ora sheets are strong enough to tackle a dirty hob and soft enough to wipe a grubby face. And a super strong weave means it won’t disintegrate when wet.

Modern design

Too stylish to hide away in the kitchen, Ora fits as comfortably on the dining room table as in the playroom. Designed to sit solidly, it won’t topple and unravel like a kitchen roll.

Eco friendly

Each stack has the equivalent number of sheets of two ordinary kitchen rolls and 20% less packaging. That means 30% fewer trucks are needed to deliver Ora – so that’s 30% less pollution and congestion for all of us.

 

Sounds awesome doesn’t it? And I can confirm they really are. I never ever thought I would be excited over kitchen rolls but, I am ashamed to say, I did.

When they first came in the post I thought they looked different and I liked that but when I actually started using them, I realised how cool they really are! They’re so versatile. We use kitchen roll a lot because it’s easy to have a sandwich on instead of using a plate, which you can do with these but because you pick them up in a cone shape, they’re great for holding snacks in too (again saving on washing up) we recently ate some peanuts and it was so brilliant!

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They’re definitely good for anyone with a busy life. If you have children, I would highly recommend them. I often have to do dinner and deal with at least one child so being able to grab some kitchen roll with one hand, makes things that little bit easier.

 

*We were sent these for the purposes of review but all words (apart from parts taken from the ora website) and opinions are my own.

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