Wash dishes, wipe up spills, scrub counters, clean mirrors- there's nothing these whimsical cloths can't do! One Swedish dishcloth replaces 17 rolls of paper towel! This small, durable cloth can absorb 20x it's weight and can be reused and washed over 200 times. Sustainable, sturdy, and stylish, the fun prints will add some cheer to your chores!
6.5" X 8"
Paper towels, kitchen sponges and any other disposable cleaning product.
Cleans virtually streak-free. More absorbent when damp. Use on glass, granite, tile, ceramic, stainless steel, and more. Works well with just water, soap, and sprays. Be careful when cleaning knives, as this may cut the cloth. Air dries fast, so it doesn’t breed bacteria like a conventional (disposable!) sponge. Dry flat, or drape over the sink or faucet. The more surface area exposed to air, the faster it will dry.
How to Use...
Three Bluebirds Swedish Dishcloths should last 6-12 months depending on use. Squeeze out excess moisture after use and hang or lay flat to dry. Do not wring out, to keep shape. Top rack dishwasher safe or machine wash and air dry. To sterilize: place in boiling water for 1-2 minutes or microwave when damp for approximately 1 minute. Reuse and rejoice!
70% cellulose from FSC certified forests, 30% organic cotton, Screen printed with water-based inks
This item is package free! Designed and printed in CT
Three Bluebirds Swedish Dishcloths is a family owned and operated local business led by husband and wife team Lynde and Lasse. Their history combines serendipitous connection, Scandinavian family heritage, artistic flair, and the joy found in nature. Co-founder Lasse Baldauf carefully creates each design by hand and the authentic Swedish Dishcloths are designed & screen-printed in Connecticut. The company strives to make sustainability beautiful, playful, and simple – to make an earth-friendly lifestyle accessible for all. For every single Three Bluebirds dishcloth sold, 20 gallons of water are restored to nature. They are a proud 1% For The Planet business, funding projects for environmental protection and restoration around the United States.
This Swedish dishcloth is compostable.