2854-CON-100

Swedish Dishcloth - 3 Pack

By Wet-It!

$14.95

* Required Fields

Add to Wishlist

Details

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.

  • Materials: 70% cellulose, 30% cotton
  • Care: 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
  • Includes three biodegradable cleaning cloths
  • Special weave absorbs 16 times its weight
  • Eco-friendly alternative to paper towels and sponges
  • 100% biodegradable. Breaks down within 6 weeks in home compost, 16 weeks in a commercial landfill
  • Lasts for at least 6 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
  • Dimensions: 8" x 6.75" x 0.75"
  • Weight: 0.075 lb

123 Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

Sorted by Rating
3

Disappointing - stains, shrinks

8/26/2018 by Grace

Okay, so the instructions did indicate that they might shrink in the dryer, and they did. That's not a big deal. But they don't wash clean, wash clean, and because they're white, they really show every stain and mark. I've rinsed them thoroughly, put them in the wash, and they just look dingy.

It's unfortunate, because they really are the best at wiping up spills and random splashes - they're super absorbent, and that's exactly what I was hoping for. But the dinginess after just one use is ... sad.
More > < Less

3

All the health hazards of a sponge.

8/15/2018 by Richard

Good looking until used. Than don't look clean and fresh. Unhandy size - hard to wring out and not as functional as a piece of paper towel . Have to treat as sponge with all the health hazards of a sponge. So found myself continuing to go to paper towel especially for any dish drying. Eventually returned to paper towels. Gave the rest away to sponge users in family. Certainly see everywhere now so my thinking may be the exception. Better than a dirty sponge but not by much.More > < Less

3

Smaller than I had hoped!

8/11/2018 by Megan

They came quickly but man, they are small! Shorter than an average paper towel but they work as expected. I like the fact that it does help me to cut down on the amount of paper towels that I was using. Designs could be more current, they’re kinda old-fashioned.More > < Less

3

not impressed

8/10/2018 by Julie

Have used these for awhile now and will not be buying more. In my opinion they are not as good as a microfiber cloth.

2

Don't bother

2/14/2019 by Janet

Although these have delightful patterns, they don't hold up very well. They become very stiff after several uses.

Items 116 to 120 of 123 total

 

About Wet-It!

Pride of Sweden

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.