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If you’ve never used Swedish dishcloths, you don’t know what you’re missing. These eco-friendly, reusable cloths perform exceptionally well for any number of household tasks, they’re machine washable and best of all, they come in a large variety of cat designs!

Swedish dishcloth features

  • They can be washed in your clothes or dish washer up to 200 times.
  • The are made from 100% all-natural wood pulp and renewable cotton fibers and are biodegradable. If you have a compost pile, simply toss them in there after they’ve outlived their natural life span.
  • They are super absorbent! They can absorb 20 times their own weight in liquid! Just think of all those paper towels you’re no longer sending to a landfill.
  • The ways you can use them are pretty much endless. They’re great for cleaning or drying dishes, cleaning up spills or even cleaning your floors.

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I’ve been using these cloths for several years now, and I love them. I did learn the hard way to not toss them in the dryer: they shrink a lot and I ended up with a miniature dishcloth.

These cleaning cloths are available from Amazon in a huge variety of patterns.

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5 Comments on Eco-Friendly Reusable Swedish Dishcloths

  1. they stain and its hard to get it out. wash them in machine and they become limp and can be torn easily.

  2. I have never heard of this product. Thanks for the head’s up on it. I’m all for something that can do multiple jobs and save some money. We do go through a lot of paper towels here.

    • That’s too funny, Maria! I always wondered whether these dishcloths really originated in Sweden. Apparently, naming them was just a clever marketing ploy since here in the US we tend to associate Sweden with eco-friendly living (even before Greta Thunberg.)

      • I love items with cat designs. Thanks for the head up on this. I’ll be buying this for my hubby, who cleans up a lot better than I do .

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