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Skoy Eco-friendly Cleaning Cloth (4-pack: Assorted Colors)
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- 70% Wood / 30% Cotton
- Multi-use cloth
- Made of cotton and cellulose
- A single skoy cloth will replace up to 15 rolls of paper towels
- Perfect for use in the kitchen, bathroom and office; can be used on most surface areas in your home
- 100-percent biodegradable
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The skoy cloth is a fabulous, absorbent, biodegradable and natural multi-use cloth. This re-usable cloth is perfect in your kitchen, bathroom, and office and can be used on most surface areas. Cloth can be used in place of your sponge, wash cloth or paper towels. It's made from a natural cotton and wood-based cellulose pulp and is 100-percent biodegradable. After an independent composting test, skoy cloth broke down completely within 5 weeks. The skoy cloth is a durable product due to the reusability factor and can last months. Using a skoy cloth is equivalent to using 15 rolls of paper towels in an average home. With the high cost of paper towels, as much as 2 per roll, skoy cloth is the obvious choice for your wallet and the environment. The skoy cloth has an absorption factor of 15x its own weight. Imagine using 15 sheets of good-quality paper towels at once this is how a wet skoy cloth will feel in your hand. Cloth dries quickly, so it is not a breeding ground for bacteria. Occasionally place cloth in microwave to kill germs. It is also dishwasher and washer and dryer safe. 7 by 8-inch. Set of four in assorted colors.
Wet before use. Use with household cleaners or water. To keep your cloth germ-free, clean in washer, dishwasher or microwave (1-2 minutes).*,*Wet cloth before microwaving. Cloth will be extremely hot. Remove with caution.,Made in Germany from cotton and wood pulp cellulose harvested from sustainable forests.
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Top Customer Reviews
Upon getting the cloth wet, it immediately softened up, and reminded me of a chamois. I poured about 1/3 cup of water in a glass & put the cloth in the glass & it absorbed all of the water.
I noticed the cloth wrings out easily & wipes up messes without leaving a lot of water afterwards. I decided to use the yellow one for the kitchen & the purple one for my bathroom.
In my bathroom I wiped down the mirror and the chrome faucets and it left no streaks. Makeup was here & there on the countertop & it all wiped up effortlessly.
I'm seriously in love with these cloths. Wiping down my sink and countertop & keeping it clean and tidy is easier than ever now. I do not regret one bit buying these. They are affordable, biodegradable & sturdier than paper towels.
These Skoy "cloths", which are mostly cellulose, are super absorbent, easy to clean, and very rugged. The base material is made in Germany and they are cut and packaged in the U.S. and sold at competitive rates. If you, too, have been looking for a Wettex alternative, this is the product you are looking for!
I ordered them the 28th and they were here on the 30th. I immediately wet one and stated scrubbing on the counters with it to see if I could wear a hole in it like a paper towel as it is only slightly thicker than one. Nope, it held up well, so then I hid all of my roommates dish cloths!
Today is the 20th, 21 days since I stated using the Skoy cloth that is still in the kitchen, still washing dishes, cleaning counters, wiping down appliances and stoves. I did notice 5 days ago that it was starting to get that nasty dish cloth smell, said roommate didn't rinse it out after cleaning the stove, so I popped it into the microwave for 1 1/2 minutes, pulled it out and presto changeo no smell.
These are tough, versatile, non-stinky, super easy to clean wonders that my kitchen will never be without again! They deserve every 5 star review they have been given.
- Unsmelly. I don't leave it always wet in the sink, but it does spend some time like that, and I only replaced the one I use for washing dishes because it started to get a little shabby, thanks to scrubbing of knives and such. I used to replace sponges pretty frequently because they got to smelling naaaasty, and who wants that to be the last thing that touches their dishes before they go back in the cupboard?
- Resilient. I'm kind of amazed that these things just keep going like they don't have a care in the world. Feeling them, you wouldn't ever think that they would tear or come apart.
- Absorbant. Soak up tons of water from wherever I've spilled it. I'd say one of these is equivalent to about five paper towels in absorbency.
- CHEAP. I have a guilty addiction to Viva paper towels, which feel like they're made from the downy underfeathers of baby angels' wings. I absolutely still use paper towels for things where disposability is sorta required, like squashing a bug, seasoning a cast-iron pan, or sitting under fresh bacon. (Ok, now I want bacon.) But we use far less of them.
- Versatile. One for the dishes, one for the counter, one for messier dusting and cleaning around the house; and color-coded so I can keep them straight.
- Washable. I tried putting them in the dishwasher, which didn't do much. Haven't needed to try the washing machine yet.
- Biodegradable. Lord knows the plastics that go into sponges; I love that I don't have to think about that with these.
1. Once they get wet, they kind of shrink and get hard when they dry out. BUT, this in no way affects the usability of the product at all. I use them to wash dishes, dust, scrub bathrooms, and just about anything else I'd use washcloths or paper towels for. They aren't as pretty once they've been used, but it's not a big deal since I'm not buying them to look pretty!
2. If they get that sour smell, you can wash them with bleach OR pop them in the microwave for a couple of minutes. WARNING: if you microwave them, make sure they are wet when you put them in, and don't let them be microwaved once they are dry. They will catch on fire. Trust me on this one.
3. They aren't super absorbent. They hold a lot, but they won't soak up a whole glass of water or anything like that. A regular towel will be better suited for something like that.
Overall, I love these and I just ordered more because I accidentally fried one in the microwave.