I try very hard not to use anything that is disposable. So many people seem to use those awful disposable cloths in their kitchens. They even sell giant rolls of them very cheaply now. I assume you are expected to use them once and throw them away. The marketing angle is cleanliness but your kitchen can be very hygienic without such terrible waste. Back when I did buy these cloths, I never treated them as disposable! I washed and reused them until they were in shreds!
These days I use cloths cut from old nappies, towels etc. To keep my kitchen germ free, every morning as I wait for the caffeine to kick in, I get out a clean tea towel, hand towel, cloth and dishcloth. Then I throw yesterday's cloths and towels into the dirty clothes basket. I believe the most important thing is to be fussy about using cloths for their correct purpose. I never wipe benches with the dish cloth. I use the other cloth for benches. For very messy spills, or the floor I just use a cloth and throw it straight into the washing basket. So, if you just use clean cloths and towels and use a bit of thought about how to deal with messes and whether there might be potential germs, surely there is no need for disposable cloths etc., in the kitchen.
My tea towel is only used for dishes. I always use the hand towel to dry my hands. I have a chopping board specifically for meat and never use this board to chop vegies or fruit. I wipe my benches with this citrus cleaner and it works beautifully!
For my dishes, I buy laundry soap and grate it into the hot water as I need it. No plastic bottles to dispose of and the kitchen smells so clean! There are so many other things to take into account such as breeding temperature of bacteria etc., but there is no reason to think that you can't possibly have a clean kitchen without disposable products. It is simply not true! If I have made a dish that I know has the potential to breed deadly bacteria (beef, chicken, rice etc.) I wash the dishes on a very hot setting in the dishwasher. If you wash dishes by hand, after washing you could soak them in a sink of water from the kettle.