+ Made from repurposed cellulose [wood pulp] from FSC-certified forests and cotton offcuts from the textile industry
+ Printed using toxic-free, water-based dyes
+ Washing machine and dishwasher safe
+ Rinse after use each use and squeeze out excess water
+ Lay flat to dry in an open area
Tip | If your sponge cloth gets caught in the dryer and shrinks, wet it, and it will slowly go back to its original size
END OF LIFE
+ Your sponge cloth is 100% compostable or recyclable and can be composted in both a home and industrial compost
Tip | If your sponge cloth is tattered but still in working condition, it can still be used to clean less desirable nooks and crannies like baseboards behind your toilet and even car tires.
Your sponge cloth will soften and plump up when wet leaving your surfaces clean and streak-free.
The sponge cloth is the ultimate sink side accessory and is typically used in place of traditional dishcloths, sponges and paper towels. We have listed a few less common but super helpful uses below:
KEEP YOUR PRODUCE FRESHER LONGER
+ Line a container with a sponge cloth to absorb excess moisture.
WHEN YOU NEED A LITTLE EXTRA GRIP
+ Place a damp sponge cloth under a cutting board or bowl for extra grip and support when cutting or mixing up a delicious recipe.
NEVER AGAIN SEARCH FOR A ELASTIC BAND
+ Keep a damp sponge cloth on hand to open any stubborn jars.
NOT JUST FOR KITCHEN USE
+ Cut your bathroom clean-up time by using a sponge cloth to wipe up and rouge hairs or toothpaste splatters.
KEEP YOUR MAKEUP BRUSHES FRESH AND CLEAN
+ Lay your damp sponge cloth in the sink. Then, gently swirl your makeup brush using a mild soap until the suds are white and makeup free.
+ Designed in Canada by Ten and Co.
+ Made ethically in Sweden
+ 6.75"" x 8""
+ This product is package free