Tricky Tiki Dish Cloth
The Green Collective
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The SPRUCE Cloth from The Green Collective, based in Nelson, NZ.
100% Plant-based renewable materials: cellulose (from FSC forests), blended with cotton.
The Tricky Tiki design is by Glenn Jones
17 x 20cm
This is a multi-purpose cloth, just like our 3-pack of cloths from Good Change, which you may have bought from us previously. These are made from the same materials so if you love those cloths, you'll love these too!
Multi-purpose: wiping benches, cleaning dishes, stainless steel, granite, coffee machine, bathroom cleaning, windows, mirrors, dusting, car cleaning, and anything else you can think of. No streaks, lint or scratches. Replace your paper towels with these too.
Super absorbent (holds 15x its weight in liquid) & quick drying. Slow drying cloths like sponges, thick cotton and mircrofibre cloths are more likely to harbour bacteria and smell.
CARE: Durable enough for 200+ washes through the washing machine, or top rack of your dishwasher. Each cloth will last you around 9-12 months.
END of LIFE: They are printed with water based inks and are fully compostable. Compost or dig into your garden when it's time to replace them!
*Did you know that microfibre cloths are synthetic and every time you use them tiny plastic fibres shed from the fabric. These are small fibres, less than 5 mm in length, invisible to the human eye. These microplastics pass through our washing machines and the drains from our kitchen sinks. Because they are so tiny some will pass through the filters at the waste water plants, and from there they enter our ocean where they get eaten by marine life, entering the food chain.
MORE ABOUT THE GREEN COLLECTIVE: Based in Nelson, with a vision to develop sustainable business practices in all their products and manufacturing processes to benefit future generations through creating a better, safer and healthier world. They utilise local production and support where possible, and use wider sourced manufacturing (as is the case for the cloths), when proven to have a reduced impact overall based on scale, efficiency and superior operational systems. Like us here at The Coastal Cabin, they believe in minimal packaging, re-using what they have, and avoiding plastic where possible.