Recently I submitted an article to Backwoods Home Magazine entitled "Disposing of Disposables." I heavily used all your extremely helpful input you sent in response to my request on this subject.
The following photos are for possible inclusion with the article for purposes of illustration. I'm posting them here so my editor can choose which ones she wants.
Photo 1 -- A drawer-ful of terrycloth dish towels
Photo 2 -- Recently washed Ziplock bags upended over utensils to dry
Photo 3 -- Cloth napkins
Photo 4 -- Plastic food containers and "shower cap"-style plastic covers
Photo 5 -- Tattler reusable canning lids
Photo 6 -- Old-fashioned metal "butterfly" razors
Photo 7 -- Bandanas. We have dozens.
Photo 8 -- Rechargeable batters, AAA and AA
Photo 9 -- Battery charger -- can be powered by solar or electricity
Photo 10 -- Corelle dishes resist breakage
Photo 11 -- Shark upright bagless vacuum cleaner
Photo 12 -- Gold mesh reusable coffee filter
Photo 13 -- Cheap wash clothes in storage as reusable toilet wipes
Photo 14 -- Used aluminum foil, folded and waiting for another use
Photo 15 -- A terrycloth dish towel always hangs by the kitchen sink.
Photo 16 -- The towel holder works by snagging the corner of the towel. Because the adhesive isn't very strong, we reinforced it with a screw to hold it tightly in place.
Photo 17 -- A bulk bale of 60 terrycloth towels lasts for years
Photo 18 -- The rag basket holds old absorbent fabrics of all types, suitable for messy cleanup jobs
Photo 19 -- Cloth diapers, washed and drying in the sun