Full Circle Sponge Cloth
Product image of Full Circle Sponge cloth. There is a hand coming out of the bottom of the image over a kitchen sick. There is sunlight shining on the wet, drippping sponge cloth. There is a bouquet of flowers in the background in the top left.
Product image of Full Circle Sponge cloth. The sponge cloth is laying over the edge of a white kitchen sink. There is a black faucet in the background and some flowers. You can see the handles of a white kitchen cabinet below the sink.
Image of The Black Creek Community Farm logo in black font. There is a little black animated tractor beside Creek. In the top right corner is the “Community Collection” logo.
Product image of Full Circle Sponge cloth. The sponge cloth is laying on a wood surface. There is sunlight shining on it. It is surrounded by a couple ferns and plants.

Ten and Co.

Full Circle Sponge Cloth

Sale price$6.00 USD

The original Ten and Co. plastic-free dishcloth, the Swedish Sponge Cloth, in our Full Circle print—inspired by Black Creek Community Farm.


Black Creek Community Farm uses to educate, enrich and support diverse social and natural ecosystems. This organization has created an urban agricultural center that engages, educates, and empowers diverse communities through sustainable food. With each Full Circle Sponge Cloth purchase $3.00 is donated to Black Creek Community Farm.


Entirely compostable, the sponge cloth is the perfect alternative to traditional dishcloths and paper towels.

Both functional and sustainable—the Ten and Co. Swedish Sponge Cloth is the ultimate eco-friendly kitchen accessory.

Depending on use, your sponge cloth can last anywhere from 6-12 months. Once your dishcloth has reached the end of its lifecycle, it can easily be composted in a home or industrial compost, leaving zero waste behind!

Want to learn more about our Swedish Sponge Cloth?
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your impact

We believe that small actions change the world. With every sponge cloth, an average household of 2-3 people can eliminate the use of up to 40+ paper towel rolls yearly.

So what does that mean?

When cutting back on the use of paper towels, you are eliminating the use of plastic packaging, r educing the demand for paper that can contribute to deforestation, habitat loss and wildlife endangerment, and romoting the use of reusable products and a sustainable way of living!

Incredible right?