Biodegradable Kitchen Cloth - Rabbit

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RetroKitchen sponge cloths are the best dish cloths in town.

Made from cotton and cellulose, not only do these dish cloths add some fun to the kitchen sink, they are super absorbent, machine washable and 100% biodegradable.

Put them in the compost when worn out.

Biodegradable Kitchen Cloth

A Biodegradable Kitchen Cloth is Easy to Recycle and Looks Cute, Too

You’re probably wondering how exactly you recycle a biodegradable kitchen cloth. It’s actually pretty easy: when the cloth gets worn out, just throw it in your compost bin, and the natural materials will decompose along with your veggie scraps and lawn trimmings. Eggplant & Poppy carry several quirky kitchen cloths that can be converted to compost when they get old and worn out.

Tips for Getting More Value out of a Biodegradable Kitchen Cloth

You’re thinking, a cloth that can be composted won’t last long, and you’ll never use it. Well…

  • Use it with reckless abandon—it’s machine washable. Wash and dry your dishes, and then throw it in the washer.
  • Give a thoughtful gift to the environmentally-conscious people in your life by offering a way to return your gift to the earth for a positive impact.

Problems a Biodegradable Kitchen Cloth Addresses

No matter how cute they are, kitchen cloths made from humanmade materials are harmful to the planet…but they aren’t your only option.

  • Biodegradable cloths are made from cotton and cellulose, which are natural materials.
  • Cotton is super absorbent, so these cloths mop up spills quickly with the capacity to dry a sink full of dishes.

Why Trust Eggplant & Poppy Regarding Biodegradable Kitchen Cloths

We offer offbeat gifts that start conversations. All our products are handmade and unique, offering you the opportunity to give a memorable gift. Contact us for more information on our biodegradable kitchen cloths or any of our other uncommon gifts and start a trend in happy-making gift-giving.

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