Cellulose Sponge Cloths
What are Cellulose Dishcloths and Sponge Cloths?
Cellulose dishcloths are a great alternative to conventional dishcloths, sponges, and paper towels. Unlike the ones that you’re used to, these are made from cotton and cellulose fibers, the latter of which comes from natural wood pulp. What does this mean? They are 100% natural and biodegradable (more on that later). Sponge-like in that they are incredibly absorbent, they are wonderful for all types of cleaning tasks. Why use paper towels when you can use something like that?
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How to Use Sponge Cloths
Generally speaking, you can use them like regular dishcloths. Before you do, however, you want to dampen them slightly; otherwise, they can be quite stiff. For this reason, they are usually used wet. That’s not to say that you can’t use them dry, though—they’re just not designed for that purpose.
Once you’ve wet it, the cloth should soften up considerably. From there, add a little bit of mild soap and you can use it to clean countertops and soak up spills. Either way, it’s a good idea to rinse it out with water after a while (just as you’d do with conventional dishcloths).
Cellulose Sponge Cloths is made from natural woodpulp fiber material and cotton
Cellulose Dishcloths are Eco-Friendly
In contrast to conventional dishcloths, many of which are made from synthetic material, these cloths are comprised of natural cellulose and cotton. Eventually, when the fibers are worn out (after many, many uses), you can put them in the compost; that way, they can be recycled as plant fertilizer—nothing will go into the landfill. Eco-friendly, they are much better for the environment compared to paper towels and sponges. Do your part by switching to Cellulose dishcloths today!