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SUPERSCANDI Plastic-Free Compostable Swedish Dishcloths, 10-Count

Last updated: June 9, 2023


These eco-friendly Swedish dish cloths replace over 25 rolls of paper towels. They are made in Sweden using cellulose wood pulp. The cloths can hold up to 20 times their weight in liquid.

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Key Takeaway: These Swedish dish cloths replace over 25 rolls of paper towels.

In our analysis, the SUPERSCANDI SUPERSCANDI Plastic-Free Compostable Swedish Dishcloths, 10-Count placed 2nd when we looked at the top 10 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Cleanin’ like Sweden: Swedes have been using reusable towels like Superscandi dish rags for over 60 years. In fact, in a population of 10 million, over 25 million dishcloths are sold yearly. That’s more dishtowels than people. Join the legacy of having affordable, plastic-free cleaning alternatives in your household. Made in Sweden, you’re getting genuine Swedish dishcloths right in your kitchen, created with an ethos built on nature, science, and culture. Travel to Sweden without leaving home: Classic colors and simple design makes Superscandi Swedish dishcloths perfect for your Scandi-inspired kitchen. Functional and versatile, reusable dishcloths look great on any kitchenware and countertop. Ditch the ugly paper towels and sponges that just clog up counters and make waste. Reinvent your kitchen space with biodegradable, lightweight, attractive dish towels. Yeah, we said it–these dish rags are attractive. Cleaning up the Earth. One reusable dishcloth at a time: You care about the earth. We do, too. Whether you’re in Sweden or Alaska, Superscandi dishcloths will tackle all your spills for years to come. Made in Sweden of cotton and cellulose wood pulp (really strong plant fiber), these dishcloths can take up to 20 times their own weight. One cloth = 15 paper towels. BAM. Take that, trash can. Smell the dish rag for yourself: Clean and odourless, these Swedish dish towels can be put in the dishwasher or washing machine and are 100% compostable. Because the towels are made from natural fibres, you can toss them in the compost after they’ve completed their life cycle. One less piece of waste in the landfill.

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