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Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Swedish Dishcloth


 A dear friend of mine gave me this Swedish Dishcloth as a gift. She said"Use it!"
It took me awhile to try it, because it so pretty, only feels like paper and is a map of my most favorite place in the world, Lake Superior!
I obeyed. Last week I used my Swedish Dishcloth and I love my Swedish Dishcloth!!


This marvelously absorbent dish cloth from Sweden is a wonder in the kitchen. You'll never want to go back to sponges or regular cloths when you see how it works. It softens when wet, cleans kitchen surfaces virtually streak - free, and washes and dries like a dream. Made of earth-friendly 70% cellulose and 30% cotton, it is durable (just wash it in your washing machine). And the motif will give your kitchen a Scandinavian accent.

What is your favorite type of cloth to use in the kitchen?
 
 

10 comments:

  1. That's what I use too! They really are the best and last a long long time! I've done a few posts about them and hopefully more people will start to use them. Cuts way back on paper towels. I wash mine in the washer but try to remember not to put them in the dryer! lol Glad you and the boys liked your postcard! Hugs, Diane

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  2. I actually use a sponge. However I will have to do some research on this Swedish dishcloth! Thanks for the info.

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  3. I would have a hard time using that too. So pretty, and I'd be afraid the design would wear off. I use a few different cotton cloths every day and several old dish towels. I wash towels very often because I go through them so fast.

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  4. That is so pretty! I love how earth friendly it is too! Those Swedes are smarties!!

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  5. I have one of those scrubby brushes that I use before putting dishes in the dishwasher. Other than that, I use paper towels and Lysol antibacterial spray for countertops and such. This cloth sounds awesome, though!

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  6. I have never heard of one, but now I think I might just have to buy some.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  7. Need to find oout about where I can purchase these. Use ordinary dish cloths here. Janice

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  8. Your Swedish dishcloth sounds great. I use cotton dishcloths and I use a fresh one every day and sometimes two. I hang them outdoors to dry so they don't get bacterias growing.

    Hugs,
    JB

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  9. This sounds wonderful! I am hooked on the ones that my sister knits for me. It was really hard for me to put them in the dishwater the first time, it was to pretty, but they do such a great job. And they never seem to get the funky smell.

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High Fives from Wisconsin!

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