Doe a Deer - Swedish Dishcloths


Holding up to 20 time their weight, Swedish dishcloths can be used almost anywhere you would use a paper towel - kitchens, bathrooms, counters, floors, etc.! 

One Swedish dishcloth can replace up 17 rolls of toilet paper, helping to prevent less mass in landfills and trees from being cut down. At the end of their lifespan, Swedish dishcloths get thrown in the compost not the trash. Given time, microoranisms in the soil will break down the cellulose and cotton (what the cloths are made up) into their simplest components. This will lead to the production of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous and these compounds will then enrich the soil with nutrients. 

Fun fact: Swedish dishcloths are resistant to bacteria growth. Compared to a regular dishcloth, Swedish dishcloths dry within one hour. Less moisture means fewer germs and bacteria. 

How to wash: Throw it in the top shelf of your dishwasher or in with your laundry (nod dryer). 

Material: Cellulose & cotton