Woodland Sponge Cloth
Woodland Sponge Cloth
Woodland Sponge Cloth
Woodland Sponge Cloth

Ten and Co.

Woodland Sponge Cloth

Sale price$6.00 USD

The original Ten and Co. plastic-free dishcloth, the Swedish Sponge Cloth, in our Woodland print—designed by artist Mo Thunder.


Mo is (they/them) is a nonbinary/fluid, neurodivergent multidisciplinary artist and facilitator who grew up in a small town along the St. Clair River. Their family is Anishinaabe (Aamjiwnaang First Nation) and Haudenosaunee (Oneida Nation of the Thames) and French Canadian.  Mo is inspired by intergenerational connections and healing, family and memories, personal and collective empowerment, and all of creation, especially skyworld. 


Proceeds from this Sponge Cloth will be supporting the Woodland Cultural Centre, a centre of excellence that strives to protect, promote, interpret and present the Hodinohsho:ni worldview through their museum, resources and collections. Established in 1972 under the direction of the Association of Iroquios and Allied Indians, the Woodland Cultural Centre has over 50,000 artifacts in their museum collection.  The Woodland Cultural Centre is one of the largest facilities in Canada managed and administered by First Nations.

With each Woodland Sponge Cloth purchase, $3.00 is donated to Woodland Cultural Centre.


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?