The story of Moby Dick is based on the true story of the whaling ship Essex that was from Nantucket. The Essex was sunk by a sperm whale in 1820. Most of the crew on the Essex perished, but a few lived to tell the incredible story.
This whale design is inspired by both the true story & Herman Melville's account of the story in Moby Dick. If you've never read the book, pick it up - its the perfect summer adventure tale!
Easy clean up with these wonderful, hardworking cloths means more time this summer enjoying your home, family & friends. At the same time, you'll be doing better for our planet and actual sea life! Using eco-friendly Swedish dishcloths instead of plastic sponges or paper towels helps prevent synthetic microfibers and plastics from seeping into our waterways and oceans. You'll be eliminating some of the 13 billion pounds of paper towel that are used and tossed in a year in the U.S. alone - and saving yourself some $$ too 😊
What makes our dishcloths special?
We left out all the bad stuff and kept it simple: 70% Cellulose (wood pulp) & 30% Cotton, source in Europe and printed in the lovely land of Finland with water based inks
Each dishcloth can replace up to 15 rolls of paper towels!
Machine washable and bleach safe
Size: 8" x 6.75" (size of a washcloth)
100% biodegradable - Use for ~6 months then compost!
Designs that add happy to your day :)
Swedish dishcloths will become your "go to" for all your general household cleaning: clearing countertops, streak free cleaning of mirrors & windows, damp dusting shelves, wiping down the sink and high chair tray, cleaning cabinet fronts, stainless steel appliances, glass stove tops, the back of the refrigerator handle... and the list goes on!
Get a few extra to have on hand for host and housewarming gifts.
Each dishcloth has a removable sticker on the back explaining what this fabulous sponge cloth is all about.
Design by Sandra Venus, exclusively for Sweetgum Home
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