swedish dishcloths -- new designs
swedish dishcloths were invented by a swedish engineer and can found widely used through scandinavia. the material is made of a natural fiber blend of cellulose (70%) and cotton (30%) and is printed with water-based inks. they are rigid when dry but when wet they absorb 15 times their weight in water making them great for cleaning up spills, hand washing, or drying. an ideal reusable replacement for paper towels.
we find that their fun bright graphics make them great gifts and that no kitchen would be complete without them.