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    TEASOCK (2 Pack)

    COFFEE SOCK TEASOCK (2 Pack)

    C$18.00

    Product Description

    CoffeeSock filters are a reusable alternative to paper filters and nylon sacks. These tea filters are durable, can last a year or more, and out-perform any comparable disposable and reusable filters.

    • Easy cleanup - Just empty leaves, rinse + hang to thoroughly dry
    • High quality + less expensive than many market alternatives
    • Made from Organic Cotton - a responsibly produced, renewable resource
    • Made by skilled hands that are proudly paid a fair wage

    Reusable. Renewable. Economical. Simple.

    SIZE:  4" W x 5" H (each TeaSock)

    MATERIALS:  GOTS Certified Organic Cotton, Metal Ring

    Cotton imparts no flavor on the finished brew unlike paper. Cotton is 90% cellulose, which is a tasteless and odorless compound that is insoluable in water. Wood is 40-50% while Hemp is approximately 45% cellulose.

    USE:  Before first use boil filters in fresh water for 10 minutes to sanitize + preshrink. Rinse well.

    To make tea, fill with desired quantity of loose tea, immerse in hot water and steep for desired amount of time. Once finished, discard spent tea leaves, rinse filter thoroughly, wring out excess water and hang to dry.

    When contaminated, used with perishable foods, or when flow becomes restricted due to oil buildup, rinse thoroughly, boil once or twice for 10 minutes, rinse until water runs clear and hang to dry.

    END OF LIFE:  Remove metal ring for recycle and dispose of tea filter as compostable waste.

    Ethically made in the USA.

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