Linen Dishcloths

INTRODUCTORY PRICES

 

Fantastic linen dishcloths in a range of colours to complement your kitchen.  Greenscents sourced 100% linen dishcloths are artisan produced by a family business in Lithuania from Oeko-Tex® and European Flax® certified linen fabric.

These very special dishcloths are made from natural linen fabric (285g/m2) that has been stone-washed for extra softness.  They are super absorbent and easily mop up water and spills from your worktops and surfaces.  After use, hang up your dishcloths with the useful loop and they will dry very quickly.

  • Colours may vary due to natural variations in the linen.
  • 26 x 26cm.
  • With care, shrinkage will be 5% or less.

INTRODUCTORY PRICES

 

Fantastic linen dishcloths in a range of colours to complement your kitchen.  Greenscents sourced 100% linen dishcloths are artisan produced by a family business in Lithuania from Oeko-Tex® and European Flax® certified linen fabric.

These very special dishcloths are made from natural linen fabric (285g/m2) that has been stone-washed for extra softness.  They are super absorbent and easily mop up water and spills from your worktops and surfaces.  After use, hang up your dishcloths with the useful loop and they will dry very quickly.

  • Colours may vary due to natural variations in the linen.
  • 26 x 26cm.
  • With care, shrinkage will be 5% or less.

Your linen dishcloths should be machine-washed separately at 30 degrees for the first few washes.  This will help to avoid shrinkage.  Later, we recommend washing at 40 degrees with the occasional wash at 60 degrees to remove stains & bacteria.  As linen is very absorbent, always select the highest water level in your machine.  We recommend washing either in a machine or by hand with Greenscents organic laundry liquid.  Adding Greenscents Hygge essential oil blend to your wash will help to remove bacteria & viruses.

Air dry your dishcloths where possible or dry them on a heated drying rack.  Avoid using a tumble dryer.  We recommend steam-ironing your dishcloths while still damp to give the best finish and remove any remaining bacteria.

Your linen dishcloths should last for many years but when they need to be replaced your cloths can be composted. Cut up the cloth into small pieces and add to your composting bin. The linen should decompose in as little as two weeks.

 

 

Your linen tea towels will be protected with tissue paper made from 100% post consumer recycled waste.  Our tissue paper is recyclable, biodegradable & compostable.

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