Dishcloth - Leaf Pattern

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Dishcloth - Leaf Pattern

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These dishcloths are made of biodegradable materials – all-natural waste cotton that is too short for the textile industry and cellulose fibres from FSC-marked forests.

The reusable dishcloths are also more highly-absorbent and more durable than traditional dishcloths.

In 1949, Curt Lindqvist, an engineer, developed and invented the dishcloths. It’s the ideal replacement for common kitchen sponges and microfiber cloth that can encourage bacteria growth and often contain plastic materials. For over 60 years, Swedish dishcloths are a staple in thousands of households.

Leaf Pattern Swedish Dishcloth - Made of 70% Cellulose Fiber and 30% Waste Cotton

  • 100% biodegradable, reduces landfill waste
  • Water-based ink printing material
  • Can absorb up to 20... Read More

Free standard shipping on all orders above AED 100

These dishcloths are made of biodegradable materials – all-natural waste cotton that is too short for the textile industry and cellulose fibres from FSC-marked forests.

The reusable dishcloths are also more highly-absorbent and more durable than traditional dishcloths.

In 1949, Curt Lindqvist, an engineer, developed and invented the dishcloths. It’s the ideal replacement for common kitchen sponges and microfiber cloth that can encourage bacteria growth and often contain plastic materials. For over 60 years, Swedish dishcloths are a staple in thousands of households.

Leaf Pattern Swedish Dishcloth - Made of 70% Cellulose Fiber and 30% Waste Cotton

  • 100% biodegradable, reduces landfill waste
  • Water-based ink printing material
  • Can absorb up to 20 times their weight yet quick drying, preventing the accumulation and growth of harmful microbes and bacteria
  • No streaking; can clean all bath and kitchen surfaces easily
  • Suitable for glass top stoves, stainless-steel, laminate surfaces, and granite

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