Mudcloth Sponge Cloth
Designed in Canada, the Sponge Cloth is what Ten and Co. is most known for. Our cloths are a sustainable and plastic-free alternative to paper towels and can replace up to 40+ rolls.
The Sponge Cloth absorbs up to 15x its own weight in liquid [3/4 of a cup], is quick drying and naturally anti-bacterial [no dish cloth smell]. Our eco-friendly cloths will clean all kitchen and bath surfaces easily, without streaking.
Lasting up to 6-12+ months depending on use and compostable at the end of its life, makes it the perfect sustainable swap.
+ Designed in Canada by Ten and Co. and made ethically in Sweden
+ Printed with water based dyes
+ Made of repurposed cellulose [wood pulp] from FSC certified forests and cotton offcuts from the textile industry
HOW TO USE:
+ Soft when wet, Sponge Cloths are perfect for spills and streak free cleaning
+ Rinse after use and squeeze out excess water out of Sponge Cloth after each use
HOW TO CARE:
+ Washing machine and dishwasher safe, lay flat to dry in an open area
END OF LIFE:
+ Sponge Cloth can be composted or recycled after it's reached the end of its useful life
+ The Sponge Cloths is 6.75" x 8"
Your sponge cloth will soften and plump up when wet leaving your surfaces clean and streak-free.
The sponge cloth is the ultimate sink side accessory and is typically used in place of traditional dishcloths, sponges and paper towels. We have listed a few less common but super helpful uses below:
KEEP YOUR PRODUCE FRESHER LONGER
+ Line a container with a sponge cloth to absorb excess moisture.
WHEN YOU NEED A LITTLE EXTRA GRIP
+ Place a damp sponge cloth under a cutting board or bowl for extra grip and support when cutting or mixing up a delicious recipe.
NEVER AGAIN SEARCH FOR A ELASTIC BAND
+ Keep a damp sponge cloth on hand to open any stubborn jars.
NOT JUST FOR KITCHEN USE
+ Cut your bathroom clean-up time by using a sponge cloth to wipe up and rouge hairs or toothpaste splatters.
KEEP YOUR MAKEUP BRUSHES FRESH AND CLEAN
+ Lay your damp sponge cloth in the sink. Then, gently swirl your makeup brush using a mild soap until the suds are white and makeup free.