Microplastics enter our sewage and waterways daily.
A good amount comes from household cleaning, where polyester fibers, melamine bits, and other forms of plastic are subconsciously washed out, through the pipes and into the ocean.
Would you like to make your cleaning processes sustainable?
Let's start with a Neuhabitat sponge cloth. They are easy to use and totally eco-friendly. And by the way, we created an eyelet for user-friendliness too! Simply, wet it, wipe, clean, rinse, and hang it up to dry. Repeat!
• Animal cruelty-free
• Plastic free
Because they are made from 70% wood cellulose and 30% cotton fiber, they will start to break down naturally in about 9 to 12 months (depending on usage intensity), thus saving you rolls of paper towels, and ultimately preventing microplastic pollution.
At the end of its life cycle, it can be disposed of anywhere without harming our natural environment, be it the blue bin or landfills or even burying it in the garden, it will biodegrade, unlike plastic.
Keen to swap out that synthetic microfiber dishcloth yet?
Each pack includes 4 sponge cloths with 2 unique printed design; a basket "Weave" design, and a Mosiac tile-inspired design.
• Wash and dry dishes
• Wipe down countertops
• Clean your appliances
• Soak spills and clean messes
• Clean glasses and windows without leaving streaks and lint behind
• Wash car interior and exterior
• Cleans almost any surface
• 1 dishcloth can absorb water 15 times its own weight
• Corner eyelet (wall hooks not included)
• Ripple and diamond surface enhances its capability in picking up dirt and dust
• Zero plastic, zero waste
• 1 dishcloth = 17 rolls of paper towels
• 30% recycled cotton and 70% wood pulp cellulose
• Compostable and biodegradable
• Size: 20 x 17cm
Package includes: 02 x Weave Print Sponge Cloth, 02 x Mosaic Wave Print Sponge Cloth
Don't be alarmed when it hardens, it is in its normal state. If there's a spill, simply lay it on top of the spill and soak it up. If you need to wipe the table, simply dampen and soften it with water, add a little cleaning agent and you are ready to go!
Washing your sponge cloth is easy. You can just rinse it out and let it air dry, but when it starts to get soiled, simply put it in the top rack of your dishwasher, or even toss it in the laundry, just make sure the settings are on the lowest temperature. Once washed, wring it out and let it air dry (I usually just lay mine over the dish rack or clothes hanger).
Warning: Sponge cloths will shrink when exposed to high temperatures.
*Plastic and paper used in our packaging are all recycled or recyclable.