Flat lay image of Falala Black and Gold Sponge Cloth on a black background. The sponge cloth has the font “falalala” in black or gold alternating every other line. On the bottom right of the sponge cloth is the Ten and Co logo placed horizontally.
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Flat lay image of Falala Red and Green Sponge Cloth on a black background. The sponge cloth has the font “falalala” in red and green alternating every other line. On the bottom right of the sponge cloth is the Ten and Co logo placed horizontally.
Focus close up image of Falala Red and Green Sponge cloth. You can see the font of falalala in red and green.
Product image of Falala in Black and Gold in a white sink. There is a black faucet coming out of the top of the image. There is water coming out of the faucet onto a hand holding the Falala Black and Gold sponge cloth. The hand is squeezing a cloth into a ball. The hand has purple nail polish on the nails.
Product image of Falala in Red and Green in a white background. In the middle of the image is a wet Falala Red and Green sponge cloth, crinkled. Around the sponge cloth are red and green sprinkles. There are evergreen ferns framing the sponge cloth and sprinkles.
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Focus close up image of Falala Black and Gold Sponge cloth. You can see the font of falalala in black and gold.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Flat lay image of Falala Red and Green Sponge Cloth on a black background. The sponge cloth has the font “falalala” in red and green alternating every other line. On the bottom right of the sponge cloth is the Ten and Co logo placed horizontally.
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  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Product image of Falala in Black and Gold in a white sink. There is a black faucet coming out of the top of the image. There is water coming out of the faucet onto a hand holding the Falala Black and Gold sponge cloth. The hand is squeezing a cloth into a ball. The hand has purple nail polish on the nails.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Product image of Falala in Red and Green in a white background. In the middle of the image is a wet Falala Red and Green sponge cloth, crinkled. Around the sponge cloth are red and green sprinkles. There are evergreen ferns framing the sponge cloth and sprinkles.

Falala Sponge Cloth

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Did you know that the Sponge Cloth has been a staple in Swedish kitchens for over 60 years?

A sustainable and plastic-free alternative to traditional sponges and paper towels, our eco-friendly dishcloths will clean all kitchen and bath surfaces easily and without streaking.

Why We Love the Sponge Cloth

+ One sponge cloth can replace the use of up to 40 rolls of paper towel, yes, incredible!

+ Absorbs 15x its weight in liquid [up to 3/4 of a cup] and is soft when wet.

+ Cuts plastic waste from landfills by replacing traditional sponges and paper towel packaging

+ Compostable in both a home and industrial compost.

+ Quick-drying and naturally anti-bacterial. No dishcloth smell here!

+ Washing machine and dishwasher safe.

+ Designed in Canada, ethically made in Sweden

Both functional and sustainable—the Ten and Co. Swedish Sponge Cloth is the ultimate kitchen accessory and depending on use, can last anywhere from 3-9 months!

Once the dishcloth has reached the end of its useful lifecycle, it can easily be composted in a home or industrial compost. Leaving zero waste behind!


  • The cellulose (wood pulp) - cotton composition is 100% biodegradable. Screen printed with water-based dyes. 

  • Care:

    These cloths can be washed in the top rack of a dishwasher or the washing machine and should be laid flat to dry. We do not recommended drying your Sponge Cloth in the dryer. Avoid storing wet or damp sponge cloths in dark places with lack of air circulation as it is important they dry completely before being stored away. 
  • This product comes package free and may include a recyclable bookmark with care instructions.

  • End of life:

    Your cloth's lifespan is dependent on how you use your cloth and personal preference. Typically 2-3 months with average wear and tear, but these cloths can be used up to 6-12 months or 200 wash cycles. At the end of it's lifespan, these cloths can be thrown away with compostable waste. 
  • Sponge Cloths are 17cm x 20cm [6.75" x 8"] Designed in Canada, Made in Sweden. 
  • The Falala Sponge Cloth is available in Black and Gold on White & Red and Green on White.  

Customer Reviews

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Nancy Greaves
Falala Sponge cloth

I love these sponge cloths. I will not use any other kitchen cloth now. And I do like when I have cloths with seasonal patterns. Would highly recommend these cloths.

Thank you so much Nancy, we love the seasonal patterns too! :)

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LeAnn
LOVE THEM

I Love these sponge cloths! The pattern on this one is my absolute favourite, the gold and black is so pretty and festive. These cloths are a great alternative to paper towel or I use them to do my dishes. Because they dry out so quickly they don't get smelly. They make great gifts or just to treat yourself. I would highly recommend them.

Hi LeAnn, thank you for this kind review! We are so glad to hear you love the Falala Gold and Black and that you love the antibacterial quality of our cloths. We think thats the best part :)

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Rosanna Smith
Best ever cloths

No smell ever, easy to wash, really absorbing

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TAMARA TOSHACK
So absorbent!

The amount that these cloths can absorb astounds me every time. If you haven't ditched your paper towels yet now is the time. Not only are these cloths durable but you get them in these fun patterns, especially nice for the holidays with the falala pattern. If you're still on the fence about switching just try one and I promise you'll be hooked.

Hi Tamara, thank you SO much for this amazingly kind review! We are so glad to hear that our cloths are everything you were hoping for, and thank you for encouraging others to make the switch :)