Full Circle 'Tidy' Dish Cloths Monochrome 3 Pack
Full Circle 'Tidy' Dish Cloths - Monochrome
Full Circle 'Tidy' Dish Cloths Monochrome Wiping Plate

Full Circle 'Tidy' Dish Cloths - Monochrome

Full Circle

Regular price $10.95

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Full Circle 'Tidy' Dish Cloths are an Ecostainable favourite.  We love that they wash, scrub, wring tight and wipe without smears.  The monochrome stitching loops give extra scrubbing power and are right on trend.

  • Set of three.
  • Made from 100% organic cotton.
  • Can be washed in washing machine or soaked when stained - we recommend Tri Nature's Alpha Plus Pre Soak Powder.
  • From the kitchen they can become rags, and from there cut them up and compost!
  • Measure approximately 30cm x 30cm.

Ecostainable recommends using Tri Nature's Chamomile Dishwashing Liquid to help wash your dishes and leave them sparkling clean.

 

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Jennifer Roya
Excellent cloths

I have only started using these but they work really well and do everything they need to do. They feel and act like a quality product so I hope to have them for a few years.

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Fran Moloney
Dishcloths

Use these to wash the dishes with and work well. Washes up good in the washing machine and didn’t shrink. Happy with them so far

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Jennifer J Glowrey
Disappointed they are made in China

I thought I was getting Australian made (silly me) Sustainably made in China ? Really

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Treez
Dishcloth does the job well

I like the neutral colours. Just started using them to wash my dishes. Happy with them so far. Haven’t washed them in the washing machine yet so can’t comment on how well they will wear in the longer term.

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Anna Carrucan
sleek and stylish dish cloths

:-) these cloths are a step-up from the classic bleached cotton cloth - perfect for wiping the bench with a spritz of eco-cleaner, polishing glass, or simply as a mini-tea towel ... I love that these cloths complement neutral modern colour schemes, rather than so many kitchen products that are bright colours.