These bad boys pack a mighty punch, acting as tear-free multi-taskers that absorb up to 7 times their weight and can be reused again and again. Sorry, paper towels. There’s a new hero in town.
95% post-production recycled fibers
Absorption is the name of the game with these softies but not when it comes to harmful chemicals. You can rest easy knowing we use non-toxic dyes to give you cloths that look great and are made safe for you.
We’re honored to be in your home, and promise to make ourselves useful. Not to mention sustainable, reusable, recycled and recyclable, even shareable, compostable, and occasionally huggable. Because we’re totally committed to the home you live in, and the one we live on.
Machine Washable: When things get dusty or crusty, just throw your product in the washing machine for a quick pick-me-up without the fear of spreading harmful dyes. Wash in cold with like colors, tumble dry low, and hold the fabric softener.
- blue wave design
- dish washing
I bought this at a nearby Marshall’s and fell in love kept going back for more but never found them again, looked up your product from the tag on the towel and I FOUND IT. A forever customer now ;)
These cloths feel nice on your skin, inviting us to use them whenever there's a spill, or in place of a sponge when cleaning the most wet areas around the sink on our kitchen counter, & the blue wave design is appealing to the eye
I really like this product. Will u make them in a darker color. I use for dish washing
Using the items is great! Packaging was so plastic heavy i felt it was almost a step back for a step forward? Let’s fix this.
Hi Alecia! Thanks so much for your feedback. We definitely agree, we are actually in a plastic reduction push for all products to have 100% plastic free packaging by next year. We are still running through some of our old stock.In addition, all of the bubble wrap and packing materials we use are either 100% recycled plastic or kraft paper, and we are transitioning the bubble wrap/packing bubbles to bio-based as opposed to true plastic.Some great information on our plastic reduction strategies here:https://fullcirclehome.com/pages/plastic-neutralThanks so much!
Love this item .