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What we're loving this week:
What's a Swedish dishcloth?
Think of it as a natural sponge cloth that's better than paper towels, washable, last for months.... and pretty enough to leave out on the counter :) You'll love the way our dishcloths wipe up spills (they're super absorbent) and clean surfaces streak free.
Invented by a Swedish engineer in the mid twentieth century, the Scandinavian's have been using the product for decades. Our chemical free cleaning cloths are made from natural fibers & printed with water based inks. We left out all the bad stuff and kept it simple: 70% Cellulose (wood pulp) & 30% Cotton. Printed in Finland. Biodegradable & Compostable. How's that for eco-friendly!
Is it weird to have a crush on your dishcloth?
It's hard to explain your love for a sweetgum™ dishcloth. Don't even try. Just hand it to someone else, so they can experience the magic first-hand: the bold, modern design... the light, spongey feel... the way it wipes up spills and pretties up the room. And then there's the whole eco thing. What? Easier and more absorbent than paper towels? They last for months without stinking? Sweet!
If loving a sweetgum™ dishcloth is weird , you haven't used one yet.
What our customers are saying:
"So awesome! These cloths are super durable, I’ve washed them countless times. They are so much more absorbent than regular wash cloths and way more sanitary. I hang mine to a clip by my sink whenever I’m not using it and I’ve also microwaved it (wet for 30 seconds) to kill germs."
We make kitchen linens and home goods with the health of you and our environment in mind.
What does that mean? Well... for starters, all the fabrics for our linens and Swedish dishcloths are sourced from natural fibers: linen, cotton & cellulose. Our kitchen linens and sponge cloths that can be used in place of single use products like paper towels & napkins. And we work with printers and sewing workrooms that respect and treat their makers fairly. Our kitchen linens are all made here in the USA and our Swedish dishcloths are made in Europe.