Keep your home and the planet clean with our organic cotton dishcloths. They’re practical and stylish, our knitted cotton dishcloths make a useful and attractive addition to your kitchen. They're highly absorbent and durable, you can really make this dishcloth work for you.
These dishcloths are super versatile, use it for cleaning countertops, doing the dishes, or even as a mini hand towel. Pair this dishcloth with our organic cotton hand towels for a stylish kitchen look.
Many of us don’t realise our dishcloths are made out of microfibres, which are a kind of plastic. Every time you wash this synthetic fabric, millions of microfibres are released into the waters, these fibres are too small to be filtered out by waste treatment plants, so they end up in our waterways and oceans, where they wreak havoc on marine animal health and our environment. These plastics make their way into the bellies of marine animals, and people have found plastics within the fish on their plates!
Once you are done with your dishcloth, cut it into strips and place it into your compost bin, it will then fully biodegrade back into our earth.
Are cotton dishcloths more eco friendly?
Cotton dishcloths are more eco friendly than a sponge or synthetic cloth as they are biodegradable and naturally antimicrobial. They are just like a microfibre dishcloth but without the microplastics.
How to wash cotton dishcloths
Rinse off your dishcloth first to avoid getting build up in your washing machine, then throw them in the washing machine on a hot wash. You can put your dishcloths into the tumble dryer but avoid fabric softer as it will reduce their absorbency. If your cloth has a smell, soak them in warm water with vinegar before you wash them.