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    Product Description

    This plant-based reusable cloth can replace the use of up to 17 rolls of paper towel making it ideal for cleaning up water and spills, drying dishes and pots, as well as wiping countertops and other surfaces.

    Makes for a great mini dry pad for washed produce when prepping meals, or a fun and functional hostess or teacher gift.


    • Absorbent -holds up to 3/4 of a cup in liquids
    • Quick-drying - no more musty dishcloth smell
    • Durable - can last up to 6-12 months or 200 wash cycles depending on use
    • Versatile - useful for washing dishes, absorbing messes + more

    SIZE:  Approximately 17cm x 19cm / 6.75" x  7.5"

    MATERIALS:  70% FSC certified wood pulp, 30% natural cotton

    USE:  Use as a regular dishcloth / kitchen cloth. Lay flat or hang to dry between uses. Will stiffen once dry, but softens right up again with liquid.

    For stain treatment use a natural stain removal bar or solid dish block, apply to stain and rub under running water.

    Machine washable in cold water cycle only, never use bleach or fabric softener. Lay flat to dry or tumble dry in dryer on the lowest temperature setting.

    Avoid using on high heat surfaces such as ovens and stoves before they have cooled down.

    END OF LIFE:  100% compostable. Cut worn cloth into small pieces before placing in compost, will break down in as little as 3-4 weeks.

    Ethically made in Sweden.

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