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Swedish Dish Dream Cloth

Swedish Dish Dream Cloth

Regular price $11.99
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If a sponge and a wash cloth had a (very cute and stylish) baby, it'd be this Dream Cloth. These super absorbant, quick-drying cloths are the ultimate reusable alternative to paper towels.

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Make one-and-done paper towels a thing of the past with the Dream Cloth. These little babies can hold up to 13x their weight in water (or whatever other liquid you might happen to spill), and they can be tossed right into the washing machine when they're dirty and used over and over again. Made with 100% plant-based materials, the Dream Cloth is biodegradable and compostable so it can head to the compost bin once it reaches the end of its lifecycle.

Ingredients

Cellulose & Cotton Blend.

  • B Corp
  • Carbon Minimal
  • Compostable
  • Plastic Minimal
  • Plastic-Free
  • Recyclable Packaging
  • Recycled Content Packaging
  • Subscribable

How to Use

Soak up spills and wipe down counters in totally sustainable style.

Recycling

Just toss the Dream Cloth in your compost bin when you've used it up your heart's content.

These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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Ingredient Integrity

Who Gives a Crap's bamboo toilet paper is sourced from farmers who plant bamboo on the borders of their small family farms.

Low Carbon Footprint

They've teamed up with Pachama to protect old growth rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon.

Recyclable Packaging

Instead of plastic, the rolls are wrapped in paper to keep them moisture-free and hygienic.

Committed to Social Good

Who Gives a Crap donates 5% of their profits to ensure that everyone has access to clean water and a toilet within our lifetime.

Rave Worthy

Our team personally tests every product to make sure it’s good enough to end up in your home, not a landfill.

Ingredient Integrity

Who Gives a Crap's bamboo toilet paper is sourced from farmers who plant bamboo on the borders of their small family farms.

Low Carbon Footprint

They've teamed up with Pachama to protect old growth rainforest in the Peruvian Amazon.

Recyclable Packaging

Instead of plastic, the rolls are wrapped in paper to keep them moisture-free and hygienic.

Committed to Social Good

Who Gives a Crap donates 5% of their profits to ensure that everyone has access to clean water and a toilet within our lifetime.

Rave Worthy

Our team personally tests every product to make sure it’s good enough to end up in your home, not a landfill.

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How it does good

Every day, 27,000 trees are cut down just to make regular paper, which is a big waste. And who gives a crap? These guys, that's who. Cutting down trees is a big no-no for the crew at Who Gives a Crap, which is why they offer a more sustainable solution. Their forest-friendly products are made from recycled paper or bamboo, saving virgin trees from being destroyed in the process.

Third Party Certifications

  • Vegan
  • Certified B Corp
  • Forest Stewardship Council Certification

Who Gives a Crap

Who Gives a Crap is a social enterprise that delivers beautifully packaged toilet paper, made with forest-friendly materials like bamboo or recycled grade A office paper. They were officially launched when their co-founder, Simon, kicked off a crowd-funding campaign and live-streamed sitting on a toilet until they raised their first $50k. Many hilarious hours later, they were in business. Every purchase goes towards improving sanitation in developing countries, with a big goal of providing access to toilets to everyone by the year 2050.

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