A Swedish Dishcloth. Made in Sweden from 70% cellulose and 30% cotton.
Artwork: Katarina Hamilton
The Swedish Dishcloth was invented in 1949 by engineer Curt Lindqvist in Norrköping, Sweden and has become one of the absolute must-haves in Swedish every-day life. With its’ unique absorbing capacity it sweeps all kinds of surfaces clean and dry.
Instruction for use:
Wet it, wring it, sweep. Rinse it, wring it, sweep. Repeat until all is clean. Then rinse it again, wring it and pose it to dry well aired.
Quick facts about the Swedish Dishcloth:
• It absorbs 15 times its own weight
• Made in Sweden
• Environmentally friendly – made of cellulose from FCS forests, eco-cotton and printed with environmentally friendly ink.
• Long lived and easy to refresh – drop it in boiling water for a couple of minutes or wash it in the washing machine or dishwasher.
• 100 % biodegradable – when it’s time to say goodbye, throw it in the compost bin.