Plastic Free, Zero Waste Swedish Dishcloth › EORTH

Flat Rate Delivery $7 <500g $12 >500g | FREE Shipping orders > $95

Flat Rate Delivery $7 <500g | $12 >500g
FREE Shipping orders > $95

Earth Before Plastic – Swedish Dishcloth


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Earth Before Plastic, EORTH design Swedish Dishcloth.

If you’ve never used a Swedish Dishcloth before, then you’ll want to give this cloth a try. It’s the perfect addition to any zero waste, plastic free kitchen. The Swedish dishcloth material is made from a wood cellouse material which is biodegradable and compostable.

These dishcloths will last for 3-4 months before you can safely add them to your compost where they will breakdown naturally and return back to nature.

How do I care for my plastic free dishcloth?

Swedish Dishcloths can be added to your load of laundry and washed with your regular clothes. The cloths will withstand dryer heat (should they get accidentally placed in the dryer), however they are made from a lightweight material and will quickly dry once removed from the washing machine.

How are Swedish Dishcloths different from any other cloth?

When you receive your new dishcloth it will be represent a stiff texture. To use the cloth you simply wet the cloth and clean as usual. The cloth should then be placed in an area that allows it to dry between uses, however just laying it flat on the kitchen sink will also work. When the biodegradable dishcloth starts to dry it will return to its stiff textured material. Simply run the cloth under water for a few seconds to dry again.

The cloth can be placed into the washing machine to remove any residue.

Why use a Swedish Dishcloth?

Most popular dishcloths on the market today are made from a microplastic material, commonly referred to as “microfibre.” Although these cloths will last a long time they are eventually destined for landfill.  Unlike microplastic cloths, Swedish dishcloths are made from natural materials, they do not shed microplastic and when placed in your composting system they will eventually return back to nature.





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Replace every 3-4 months. Biodegradable and Compostable.

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