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Dishcloth Ants

Kattinatt Dishcloth Ants

€3,50

Kattinatt

Dishcloth Ants

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€3,50

    Stock: 4 - ordered before 15:00 hr; send the same day

    The ideal cloth for the kitchen is this Swedish dishcloth. 100% sustainable, 100% biodegradable, and antibacterial. In addition, 1 cloth replaces 17 rolls of paper towels. Swedish Kattinatt makes these handy kitchen aids with graphic and humorous prints.

    Product description

    Kattinatt Dishcloth Ants

    Add some colour to your daily chores with this functional Swedish dishcloth with a print of a Ants. Cleaning the kitchen, bathroom etc. will become a pleasure. Due to the high absorption content, the dishcloth is very suitable for washing dishes, cleaning, and cleaning surfaces. The cheerful colours add ambiance to your kitchen. A beautiful dishcloth with colourful prints can remain in the sink or on the countertop. This one has a hole, so you can easily hang up the kitchenaid. This organic cloth is typically Swedish and very popular in Swedish kitchens since 1950. 

    Brighten up your kitchen. Add some colour and fun to your daily chores an everyday pleasure!

    The dishcloth is:

    • ultra absorbent;
    • odor resistant;
    • machine washable and dishwasher washable;
    • long-lasting and eco-friendly. (100% degradable).
    • Material: 70% cellulose and 30% cotton, natural, and renewable materials. After their long and useful life, it can go straight onto the compost heap.
    • Made in UK;
    • Colour: black on off-white.
    • easy to hang up, there is a little hole in the cloth
    • Washable at 60°C.
    • Dimensions: 20 x 17 cm.
    • Brand: Kattinatt.
    • Made in Sweden.
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