Skoy Cloth

$9.00

$9.00

Save paper towels, use Skoy Cloths!

 

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Description

The Skoy Cloth is an innovative cloth that comes in an array of colors and designs and takes the place of your paper towels, sponges, rags, dishcloths and more.

It is a European made product and 100% biodegradable when properly composted because it is made from a natural cotton and wood-based cellulose pulp. The Skoy Cloth is a chlorine-free, unbleached, and non-GMO product using water-based colors and inks. After an independent composting test, Skoy Cloth broke down completely within 5 weeks.

The Skoy Cloth is a durable product due to the reusability factor and can last months. Using a Skoy Cloth is equivalent to using 15 rolls of paper towels in an average home. With the high cost of paper towels, as much as $2 per roll, Skoy Cloth is the obvious choice for your wallet and the environment.

The Skoy Cloth has an absorption factor of 15x its own weight. As a result, producing the most superior cloth product available. Imagine using 15 sheets of good-quality paper towels at once… This is how a wet Skoy Cloth will feel in your hand.

The Skoy Cloth is long-lasting because of the wash-ability feature. It dries quickly, so it is not a breeding ground for bacteria. Have you ever used your sponge, then smelled your hand and it reeked of horrible bacteria? That will never happen again if you microwave your Skoy Cloth regularly. It is also dishwasher and washer/dryer safe. Cleaning your Skoy Cloth will keep it healthy and germ-free.

4-Pack colors vary.

  • 100% biodegradable  •
  • Absorbent  •
  • Re-usable  •
  • European-made  •
  • Compostable  •
  • Multi-use  •
  • Unique designs and fun colors!

Each pack is made up of 4 Skoy cloths of variable colors (7″ x 7″).

Additional information

Dimensions N/A
Design

flower, text, word cloud, paws

About the author

Christina Trapani is the owner of Eco Maniac Company. She is also a marine debris researcher and educator. She started Eco Maniac Company in 2008 while working with sea turtles and marine mammals in Virginia. Constantly seeing the negative effects of single-use plastics on wildlife, beaches and waterways inspired her to start a business that would make it easy for people to change their single-use habits. She currently lives and works in Virginia Beach with her dog, Doo Doo Brown.

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