Reusable dish cloth great for wiping down surfaces, cleaning kitchen, bathroom or any household areas. Super absorbent for mopping up spills. 100% biodegradable as it’s fully compostable when you are finished with it. Made from 100% natural fibres (70% wood pulp (cellulose) and 30% cotton)
43 in stock (can be backordered)
The swedish dish cloth is a reusable cleaning cloth made of natural fibres (wood pulp and cotton), this means no synthetic microfibres going into the oceans each time you clean and rinse. It reduces landfill waste as it is 100% compostable when you have finished with it. If you use it instead of paper towels, it definitely helps conserve resources and reduces landfill waste.
- Dish cloth for wiping down surfaces, cleaning kitchen, bathroom or any household areas.
- Absorbent and great for mopping up water and spills.
- 100% biodegradable as your can compost it when you are finished with it.
- 100% natural, made from 70% wood pulp (cellulose) and 30% cotton.
- Becomes soft when wet and expands to 3mm thickness.
- Reusable, lasts up to 1 month or more, depending on use and care.
- Machine washable, you can use bleach when it’s getting a bit grey.
- Do not use on abrasive surfaces or for scrubbing as it will disintegrate given it’s natural properties and soft texture.
- No plastic packaging
It is shipped flat and hard like cardboard, with no single use plastic packaging at a 1mm thickness. Once you wet it the first time, it’ll expand to 3mm.
Let it dry (it will harden) between uses to get the most of out the cloth by avoiding mildew and bacteria to breed.
Should dissolve in microbial active soil within 24 weeks (80% dissolved within 8 weeks).
Dimensions: 18.5cm x 18.5cm x 0.3cm (when wet).
The cloth is made in Germany, printed in China (Yancheng city). This type of cloth is commonly referred to as a Swedish dish cloth as there are branded ones made in Sweden, however this one is made in Germany.
The waste product in the production of these dish cloths is from the printing (using eco-friendly dyes) in China. At the moment the empty ink cartridges are being discarded and go to landfill as there isn’t a circular disposal method available as yet. It is otherwise a zero waste product.
|Dimensions||18.5 × 18.5 × 0.3 cm|