Biodegradable dishcloth from Almedahls Sweden
The 'dry sponge' like the one from Almedahls was invented in 1949 by the Swedish technician Curt Lindqvist. If you ever go on a holiday to Scandinavia, then you will undoubtedly know the handy wipes. But also in the Netherlands they are starting to become known and fortunately Almedahls has some of those fun!
Dishcloth with image of spice jars
The Persons Kryddskåp series includes these handy wipes for your kitchen. The dishcloth takes up to 15 times its own weight! And - also handy - you can wash them in the washing machine at 90°C! And if your dishcloth runs out at a certain point and you really can't do it anymore, then you can just clean it up in the green container.
The dishcloth is made of natural materials: 70% cellulose and 30% cotton. This makes it 100% biodegradable.
The size of the cloth is 18 x 20 cm. The colours of the herb jars are green, ochre, black and a soft pink colour.
Tip: order some extra wipes, so you won't run out when your towel is in the wash!