Foliage And Snakes Swedish Dishcloth
Fun fact- this one is names after the Narcisse snake dens located in Manitoba, Canada.
What is a Swedish Dishcloth?
A sponge, dishcloth, paper towel, and microfibre all-in-one?
The original Swedish dishcloth material was invented by a Swedish engineer in 1949. Our Swedish dishcloths are made with this same material: 70% wood cellulose from FSC certified forests, 30% cotton, and printed with water-based dyes. Swedish dishcloths have been a cleaning staple in Swedish households for over 60 years!
Swedish Dishcloths Clean Most Household Surfaces
Perfect for household chores, from cleaning up spills to polishing chrome.
Can be used with just water, or with cleaning products.
Clean counter tops, granite, stainless steel, glass, and spaghetti face!
Clean virtually streak-free.
Absorb 20X their weight in liquids.
Each Swedish dishcloth measures 7"x 7.5" (17.5cm x 19.5cm)
Hygienic and Easy To Care For
Swedish dishcloths air dry quickly, so they don’t breed bacteria or start to smell.
Swedish dishcloths don’t pill or crumble, and are made from natural materials.
Last up to a year, and can be washed over 200 times
Swedish dishcloths can be machine washed, or placed in the top rack of the dishwasher. Swedish dishcloths may also be boiled or microwaved (when wet) to sanitize.
Hang over faucet or lay flat to dry (do not tumble dry.)
Swedish dishcloths are 100% biodegradable and compostable.
One Swedish dishcloth can replace 17 rolls of paper towel, and reduces plastic packaging and landfill waste. This makes Swedish dishcloths not only eco-friendly but also wallet friendly!
Swedish dishcloths are made from natural, non-toxic, environmentally friendly materials.