Lavender Sponge Cloth
Product image of Lavender Sponge Cloth. In a sink with soapy water there is a Lavender Sponge cloth floating. There are lots of bubbles around it.
Product image of Lavender Sponge Cloth. There is a white kitchen sink with a white marble countertop. On the edge of the sink there is a Lavender Sponge cloth. On the edge of the sponge cloth is an enamel soap dish with a bar of soap on it. There is a window sill with a small ceramic vase in front of it with some lavender in it. You can see the edge of a black faucet.

Ten and Co.

Lavender Sponge Cloth

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Lavender Sponge Cloth

Ten and Co. Studio

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414 Speers Road
Oakville ON L6K 2G2


The Ten and Co. plastic-free dishcloth, the Swedish Sponge Cloth, in our original Lavendar print!

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


+ One sponge cloth can replace the use of up to 40+ rolls of paper towel

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

+ Absorbs 15x its weight in liquid [up to 3/4 of a cup]

+ Quick-drying and naturally anti-bacterial

+ Washing machine and dishwasher safe

+ Fully compostable in both a home and industrial compost

+ Designed in Canada, ethically made in Sweden

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?
WATCH | All About the Swedish Sponge Cloth

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Sponge Cloth

Excellent product

Clean Simple Professional Organizing
Super cute

Amazing cloth & great patterns!

+ 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

+ 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.