Lasts for around six months · Reusable, washable, and biodegradable · Absorbent and durable
This three-pack of Swedish dishcloths will keep you wiping, cleaning, and scrubbing for over a year. That’s because each cloth lasts for about six months. They're reusable, washable, and biodegradable—and work better than their disposable counterpart, the paper towel.
Special weave absorbs sixteen times its weight
Eco-friendly alternative to paper towels and sponges
100% biodegradable. Breaks down within six weeks in home compost, sixteen weeks in a commercial landfill
Lasts for at least six months with normal use
Great for washing dishes, wiping counters, and even shining your mirrors
Biodegradable paint lasts for the life of the cloth
Does not leave behind streaks on glass
Made in Sweden
Three biodegradable cleaning cloths
Square: 8" x 6.75" x 0.025"; Round: 0.025" x 9" diameter
70% cellulose, 30% cotton
The cloths can be cleaned in a few ways: place in top rack of the dishwasher, microwave for 2-3 minutes, sterilize in boiling water, or place in the washing machine and dryer. Note that the dryer may cause shrinkage. The cloths are also bleach safe
Please note effective 6/17, all orders will be Final.
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Wet-It! Swedish dishcloths do the jobs you typically use paper towels for, but they do it way, way better—and using a cloth is better for the environment, too.
The cloths are made from a combination of cotton and cellulose that is so absorbent, it makes paper towels green with envy. One cloth can absorb about the same as six (yes, six) paper towels, and it can be washed and reused over and over for up to six months. (The paper towels just threw themselves out in despair.)
Pop a cloth in the dishwasher, microwave, or washing machine to sanitize it. And when it’s time to finally toss it out, the biodegradable cloths can go into the compost bin—not the trash can.
Wet-It! founder Mathilda Davies grew up in Sweden where this type of cloth is common, but in America we’re more likely to reach for a paper towel. We think this Swedish import is a smart replacement for its more wasteful counter top counterpart.