Kleenex Hand Towels are not Tissue! Giveaway & Review


It’s summer time and I have kids. Which means I have little people that play outside and need to wash their hands. Frequently! I was very excited when Kleenex reached out to me to try their hand towels. Kleenex is such a house hold name that when your nose runs, most people say, “Do you have a Kleenex?”, instead of a tissue! My kids school supply even list the brand as a must have. With all their brand popularity, I didn’t know they made hand towels too!

I used every box they sent me over the past few weeks and love them better than paper towels. Why?

  • Easier to grab – the box stands alone. The cool shape of the box is made to fit on your towel rack for easy access or you can sit it right next the sink and simply grab and dry or go!
  • Good Size  – You can pull out one at a time and although smaller than a paper towel sheet, it always seemed like the perfect size for what I needed it for. (Drying hands, cleaning off make-up, wiping the sink off or even a little mess.)
  • Strong – This is not nose tissue! Kleenex hand towels hold up to a good hand drying. They don’t tear easily and actually feel good to touch.


My children loved that you were able to grab and go. My husband thought the best part about the hand towels were that they were also easily accessible but wished more were in the box. We literally went through 3 boxes in 3 weeks. That could be because I was always finding a reason to use a hand towel.

Kleenex conducted an experiment in New York to see when people washed their hands, would they use a towel (that everyone uses) or their hand towels. They made a great point, “Your hands are only as clean as the towel that dries them.”

Kleenex Hand Towel Facts

  • Single-use bathroom towels help reduce the spread of germs as compared to re-usable towels, providing consumers with a product that gives them a hygienic solution.
  • In the U.S. alone, people dry their hands on cloth bathroom towels approximately 200 billion times per year. In home bathrooms, shared cloth towels are often damp and germy due to overuse.
  • The product’s unique, Cottony-soft towel is free of inks, dyes and fragrances and highly absorbent.
  • During entertaining/holiday time periods, busy bathrooms can be kept under control with seasonal designs that look good and convenient for both family and guest.

Would you like to try a couple of boxes?  I am giving away 2 boxes. Please comment below about your summer so far and how Kleenex Hand Towels would be a big help! The giveaway will end August 12th.

If you want to purchase these, Kleenex Hand Towels can be found in the paper towel aisle at grocery and mass retailers nationwide at a suggested retail price of $2.99 per box (60-count).

Disclosure: I received free product samples from Kleenex Hand Towels to do this review. My thoughts are %100 my own.



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    V Brewer
    August 5, 2013 at 6:30 am

    Just adopted a new pup, found wandering the neighborhood, no owner claims her, so, decided to keep her, but, over nite she sometimes wees, and be nice to have something easy to grab to clean up after her other than paper towels. Haven’t had a dog in about 10 years, so, she and I are learning together 😉

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    August 5, 2013 at 8:39 am

    Kleenex would be a big help at summer picnics, as I am enjoying summer days with friends in the sun at the beach.

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    Trina Crump
    August 5, 2013 at 12:37 pm

    Chile I love these hand towels! I was recently in Target looking for a few boxes and they were completely out!!! Disappointed, I walked out of the store. I love the Kleenex brand! I’m happy they came out with these! These would come in handy for picnics, cleanups around the home, etc. please send me a box! Lol

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    August 5, 2013 at 12:58 pm

    Great read! I never heard of the hand towels either. Will try them!

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    August 5, 2013 at 1:17 pm

    I absolutely love the Kleenex Hand Towels! I love the pretty boxes they come in. We just closed on a new house, and these would be perfect in our first-floor guest bathroom.

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    August 8, 2013 at 4:55 am

    Going on vacation this Friday.

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    Mary Beth I
    August 11, 2013 at 3:14 am

    summer has been great. We are in year round school so only technically get 4 weeks off during the summer. The girls already started their new grades but tracked out after 3 weeks in school. We have one week left of track out before they go back

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