simple white Swedish dishcloth
simple white Swedish dishcloth
simple white Swedish dishcloth

simple white Swedish dishcloth

Regular price $3.75

These ultra-absorbent cloths are made in Sweden from a mix of wood cellulose and cotton. They are a sustainable alternative to sponges, dishcloths and paper towels. The cloths absorb 15 times their weight in water and dry swiftly, which makes them odor resistant. They are machine washable, streak free and very versatile. Each cloth can be used for over 9 months and is 100% compostable at the end of its life!

  • Made of natural fibers (70% cellulose and 30% cotton)
  • Each washcloth measure approx. 6 3/4" X 7 3/4" inches.
  • To use your Swedish dishcloth, dampen the cloth in water to soften the material. (Your Swedish dishcloth is designed to be ultra-absorbent, so this should only take a few seconds.) Once wet, use your dishcloth to clean just as you normally would when using a paper towel, sponge, or standard dishcloth. You can use your Swedish dishcloth to clean with water, soap, or your favorite household cleaners.
  • After you’ve polished, wiped, mopped, and washed to your heart’s content, it’s time to rinse your Swedish dishcloth. Hold your dishcloth under running water for five to ten seconds to get rid of any lingering dust, dirt, or food particles. Then, let your dishcloth air dry before next use. You can hang your Swedish dishcloth on your kitchen sink, over the faucet, or on a drying rack.
  • Swedish dishloths dry quickly and are odor resistant, making it easy to reuse each dishcloth multiple times without worrying about lingering dampness or odor. Of course, even the sturdiest of dishcloths will need to be washed eventually. Pop them in the microwave for 30 seconds to disinfect (caution, it will be extremely hot when you remove) or put in top rack of dishwasher. 
  • Fully compostable once the dishcloth has lived its life.
  • Safe for countertops, granite, stainless steel, and glass.
  • Dishcloths are sold individually.