Restaurants that serve finger food (and long-distance airlines) often offer hot towels to help you refresh yourself and clean up between courses. That's an idea you can easily emulate at home with a supply of facewashers and a microwave.Stephanie Alexander proposes this idea in her 2004 culinary epic The Cook's Companion:
Inspired by the Chinese, I now have a stock of white facewashers that can be dampened, rolled and steamed hot or heated in the microwave. Guests really appreciate these after a platter of barbecued quail, prawns or chicken wings.
You should be able to pick up cheap white facewashers at your local discount shop (and IKEA has a ten-pack of Krama washcloths for $7.99).