Cellulose Cleaning Cloth
I had been using Swedish dishcloths that I bought on Etsy as a replacement for paper towels and thought they were OK. Then I got this cloth when I ordered the dishwashing pods and I love the cloth. (Haven't tried the soap yet.) They are very absorbent and don't just push water around on my countertop. Haven't washed mine yet so I can't speak to its longevity. Wish they came in more colors.
I have an assortment of dish cloths--handmade, thick cotton, thin cotton, microfibre--and this is far and away the best. I love that it's light and small because I have small hands. It's super absorbent, washes well to become odourless and doesn't stain easily (white cotton dish cloths: what was I thinking???) I'm going to order some more and get rid of the rest.
I love, love, love my cellulose cleaning cloth and will be ordering more. Being a bit of a germophobe, it would be great if they came in more colors. One for the kitchen, one for the bathroom, one for the floor, etc. then, once they’re washed, they can return to their assigned place of employment. Just a thought. But great product!
Thanks for your feedback Nathalie. We can definitely consider that for the future!
YOUR CLEANING CLOTH | OUR PLANET
For more than just cleaning your dishes, these bad boys dry 10x faster than cotton, so they don't get stinky like other cloths do! They're great for dishes, but also a fantastic paper towel replacement! Our cellulose cloths are made of wood & cotton cellulose which makes them fully compostable, dishwasher & machine-wash safe and last for several months! Less waste - totally plastic-free.
How to Use & Care For Your Cellulose Cloths
Before your first use, rinse thoroughly under running water. Squeeze out excess water to increase absorbency. These guys are amazing for washing dishes (super gentle and spongy) - but they're super-hero powers don't stop there! They hold up to 15 times their weight - which is kind of bananas, if you ask me. They're great for cleaning all surfaces - particularly good at cleaning stainless steel appliances (I hate keeping those clean).
To clean, you can throw it on the top rack of your dishwasher, or in your washing machine. Don't tumble dry them though - that will make them sad :(. Just air dry them or reuse right away!
etee cellulose cloths are 100% natural, made of wood & cotton cellulose.