Learn More About Swedish Dishcloths from Three Bluebirds
Instead of washing a sponge every time it starts to pick up an odor or using endless amounts of paper towels, you can use a versatile Swedish dishcloth to clean up most messes. If you’re looking for something that will provide a lot of function for your family and friends, these dishcloths can go the extra mile in plenty of other sticky situations.
Why Should I Give Swedish Dish Cloths as a Gift for the Holidays?
The best Swedish dish cloths essentially replace the sponge and paper towels. Not only can they last for up to a year (with regular disinfecting), but they can also absorb up to 15-20 times their weight!
What’s the Best Way to Care for Swedish Dishcloths?
To make the dish cloth as good as new again, you can throw it in the dishwasher, washing machine, or a pot of boiling water. Or just throw a little water on the dishcloth and pop it in the microwave for 30 seconds. Once you’re done with the dishcloth, you can throw it in the compost heap. Learn more about Swedish dishcloths and how to clean them.
Will Swedish Dishcloths Fit Into Any Kitchen’s Decor?
Yes! Unlike many cleaning products, you can buy Swedish dishcloths in a variety of colors and designs. For those who spend so much time in the kitchen already, they might as well have something nice to look at. Plus, it adds a little character to one of the most important rooms in the home. Here are the current designs we have for sale:
- Pretty in Pig Set
- Vermont Set
- The Cat’s Meow Set
- Fruits + Farm Set
- Herb + Veg Set
- Red Rover, Red Rover Set
- Spring Bloom Set
- Something Borrowed Something Blue Set
- Animal Lover Set
Suggested Uses for Swedish Cleaning Cloths
Swedish cleaning cloths can be used anytime, anywhere, for all kinds of household tasks. They can be a great addition to a gift basket or care package. Or just given on their own. Rather than just use them to dry your hands, here are a few other reasons to try:
- Spilled drinks: Swedish dishcloths make light work of major spills.
- Washing dishes: Use dishcloths to clear off even tough messes after a big meal.
- Cleaning appliances: Dishcloths won’t leave streaks on your oven, fridge, or range.