Swedish Dishcloth

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What's a Swedish Dishcloth?
The original Swedish dishcloth material was invented by a Swedish engineer in 1949. Three Bluebirds dishcloths are made with this same material: 70% wood cellulose from FSC certified forests and 30% cotton.
All of our patterns are designed and screen printed in Connecticut, USA.

Replaces paper towels + sponges
3,000 tons of paper towels end up in our country’s landfills every day. One Swedish Dishcloth replaces 17 rolls of paper towels.
It absorbs 20x its weight.
It is far more hygienic than a sponge and won’t crumble or pill.
It air dries quickly, so it doesn’t breed bacteria or smell.

Cleans most household surfaces
Perfect for household chores, from cleaning up spills to polishing.
Can be used with just water, soap, or cleaners.
Cleans counter tops, granite, stainless steel and glass. 
Cleans virtually streak-free.

Can be washed 200 times
It can be cleaned in the washing machine or in the top rack of the dishwasher.
It can also be boiled or microwaved (when damp) for one minute.
Hang over the faucet or lay flat to air dry. Do not tumble dry.

Lasts several months and is biodegradable
It is 100% natural and printed with water based inks.
You can even compost it!


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    Swedish dishcloth

    Posted by Sandy on 15th Sep 2020

    I love all the fun patterns and colors, and I love that they are compostable. My mom is the only one who does not like them, because they are too bulky to get into tiny jars and crevices.

  • 5
    So handy and cute!!

    Posted by Denise on 13th Jul 2020

    Love my Swedish dish cloth. I want them all!! Very eco and efficient. Cuts back on paper towel usage and honestly does a way better job. The hardest thing about purchasing these is picking one out. They sare adorable. They also make great gifts. I mean, who wouldn’t like one or ten of these?

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    Swedish Dishcloths

    Posted by Ann on 4th Jun 2020

    We love these. Have been using them for a number of years and have given many as gifts. We use several so we can rotate them and throw them in the washing machine. We have purchased cheaper versions but have come back to these.