Eco-friendly. Cute. Colorful. Reusable. Amazing! Swedish Towels are a must have for your kitchen.
If you’re looking for an easy way to start making your home a little more eco-friendly start using our amazing Swedish Towels. We started using these during the pandemic when the paper towel supply ran out.. and now we’re in LOVE! They are perfect for cleaning up messes on the table, wiping up kiddo’s faces and just about everything else that we just can’t put them down. This happy floral cloth is one of our favorites!
Invented by a Swedish engineer, the cloths are reusable, biodegradable and ultra affordable, not to mention highly effective. As a result, they’re widely used throughout Scandinavian countries like Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland, which happen to also be the world’s most eco-friendly countries! Point being: You need these swedish towels – you need them right now!
Sustainability aside, our Swedish Towels there are tons of other reasons to start using these instead of paper towels. Made of natural fibers, the towels air-dry much faster than sponges or traditional dish towels. What does that mean to you? Well, they’re nice to have around, but also, germs and bacteria don’t have time to grow! If you do manage to get them extra dirty or a little smelly, just toss them in the dishwasher or washing machine and they’ll be like new!
You can reuse each of these Swedish Towels hundreds of times before having to throw them out. When you do finally get to that point -don’t stress- they’re biodegradable, so they won’t be sitting around in a landfill forever! This is one of our favorite products in the store these days and we continue to sell out! Don’t worry though, we are constantly adding in new designs with patterns that are perfect for the season!
Don’t forget to pop by the shop to visit us at our Boutique in Falls Church City! We are open in our NEW location. We’re right next to Panera and our Main Entrance is located on Pennsylvania Avenue! There’s even free parking in the garage right next door, so be sure to come by and say Hello!