Compostable Sponge Cloth Pack 4-Piece in Pink

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Sustainability Spectrum

Getting Better Super Sustainable

  • Product Description

      You already know we love a sponge cloth-- they're one of our favorite sustainable products in existence, not just because they can do it all (clean dishes, counters, sponge up messes, or polish mirrors or silverware, to name a few of their talents) but because they have an end of life that's incredibly kind on the planet. You can compost them in your home compost-- no heavy lifting or Googling of municipal compost facilities required.

      These ones come in bright pink and marigold dots n' spots, and are made with fair labor from upcycled cotton fiber and wood cellulose from FSC-certified forests. We love to see it. Each pack includes four sponge cloths, each 7"x8" and as pictured here, which can replace 60 rolls of paper towels total. Pop 'em in the dishwasher or laundry (but don't dry!) when they need a good clean. After 12 months, they are ready to hit the compost bin. 

  • End of Life
    • · Your sponge cloth set ships in fully recycled and upcycled materials-- a recycled plastic mailer, and a recycled paper belly band that holds the four pack of sponges together. Each can be plopped in the blue recycling bin when you're done.
    • · If your sponge cloths get dirty between use, that just means you're using them right. You can run them through the dishwasher or laundry (don't dry 'em though!) between uses and reuse them for up to 12 months before it's time for them to hit the compost. When composting, these will break down best if you cut them into little pieces before putting them in your at-home compost bin. If you don't have one, consider getting one! If compost bins are out of reach for now, you can put these in the trash and they will still biodegrade.
  • Shipping & Delivery
    • · Your order of four sponge cloths ships 1-4 days after you place your order.
  • FAQ
    • · These cloths are manufactured in Sweden and made with wood cellulose from FSC-certified sustainably-managed forests and cotton fibers that are upcycled because they were too short to be used in the apparel industry! They are then screen-printed using non-toxic, 100% water-based ink that is made by hand every batch.