Swedish dishcloths – pack of 3 pieces

11.45 BGN inc. VAT

A curious fact: The original material was invented in Sweden in 1949, whence their name “Swedish dishcloths”. Since then, they are widely used in the Scandinavian countries – recognized as the world’s most green-oriented area. Nowadays, due to its ecological and hygienic qualities and durability, this Scandinavian product is gaining popularity all over the world.

pack of 3 pieces


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Product description

Swedish dishclothspack of 3 pieces

This is our everyday hero for routine home cleaning. A reusable, eco-friendly alternative to synthetic dishcloths, sponges, and paper towels. Made of 100% natural materials (cellulose and cotton).

  • made in Sweden with original material.
  • hygienic and odor resistant – washable in washing machine or dishwasher up to 90°C. Dry out quicker than sponges, which prevents the breeding of bacteria and unpleasant smells.
  • durable – depending on use, each dishcloth lasts 6-9 months.
  • effective – absorb 20x times their weight in water.
  • green – one Swedish dishcloth replaces 17 rolls of paper towels, 100% biodegradable and compostable.
  • zero-waste product – made of cellulose from FSC-market and waste cotton fibers that are too short to be used in the textile industry.
  • printed with safe and eco water-based inks.
  • with funny motives to cheer your cleaning routine.

Size 17 X 20 cm

How to use

Ideal for:

  • liquid spills
  • general cleaning in the kitchen, bathroom or anywhere in your home
  • dusting
  • washing windows and other glassware

Washable in a washing machine or the top rack of the dishwasher at a temperature of up to 90°C. Once the cloth reaches the end of its service life, it can be composted, which takes 6-8 weeks.

Please wash before first use!

Textile composition

70% Cellulose, 30% Cotton


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