The Kitchen can be home to so many plastic products which is why I love these rainbow, plastic free and compostable cloths from Eco Living. Plastic sponges/Cloths release micro-plastics into the water which can end up in the ocean impacting the ecosystem. I have tried so many sustainable alternatives to the plastic sponge and love these. They are hardwearing and I am so happy that they are compostable. These cloths are very absorbent, durable and reusable. Home compostable after use, simply cut them up and place in your home compost bin. they are also washable, either pop in your washing machine or on the top rack of your dishwasher.To Use:
Wet the sponge cloth then squeeze it and use for cleaning kitchens, bathrooms and all around the house. Rinse the cloth after use.
Material & Care:
70% cellulose and 30% cotton. Water-based inks. 100% natural sponge cloths. Certified according to Oeko-Tex standard 100.
Dishwasher safe or washing machine. The cloths can be washed at 30-60c, line dry. Reuse over and over again, then home compostable after use.
Size: 172mm X 200mm
Home compostable after use
Saves plastic sponges from going to landfill
Pack of 6 for all around the house
Eco Living plant a Tree planted for every pack sold
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Why Lucy Loves
I love that we stock a compostable pack of cloths! When I started my sustainable journey I was looking for a sustainable sponge and struggled to find one that was as hard wearing as plastic ones. These definitely match that description. These are absorbent and great to use around the house time and time again. the rainbow ones are brilliant because the colours are so bright and a pack of 6 means you are covered in every room. These can be washed too in between use with in the washing machine or the dishwasher. I like to boil line in between use.
About The Brand
Eco Living are committed to doing the least harm to the environment. Our company is carbon neutral, we also plant trees through Eden Reforestation Projects for the purpose of reforestation, agroforestry and reducing extreme poverty through the employment of local villagers. We are a member of 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses, non-profits and individuals working together for a healthy planet. More than $175 Million dollars given back to the environment.