Kattinatt® printed sponge dishcloth
- dimensions : Width 17 x height 20 cm
- weight : very light
- cotton and cellulose (can be chucked in your compost)
- suspension hole
- ink complying with the Oeko-Tex standard
- machine washable at any temperature - can be boiled to be disinfected
- produced in Sweden by Kattinatt
- free delivery for orders over 70€
FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :
3 good reasons
- you are in favour of a cleanliness beyond reproach and use a lot of sponges, but you've had enough of always using the same model
- you are amongst those who think that each object can be sublimated, even a simple square sponge dishcloth
- you are a fan of dishcloths but ask yourself why manufacturers did not make a simple hole to hang it
how does it work?
1. choose a motif / colour
NB! hole for hanging is available on models with motif, plain models in cheerful colours do not have a hole):
very dark blue
2. Use it as a standard sponge
3. After use, rinse it well, then hang it so it aerates well. It will stiffen as it dries
4. To clean it, put it in the washing machine at 90°C
A dishcloth is a priori an object on which one doesn't talk about in detail since its functionality is rather boring. Adding a little poetry is a great idea.
In Switzerland, these square or rectangular sponges are a real institution. Many household item vendors have their own models often coordinated with their crockery or with textile items (tea towels, table mats, ...). The nice square printed dishcloths are also used as promotional gifts.
Kattinat, the Swedish company that designs and markets these dishcloths we selected, is a company as we like them. Located near Göteborg, Kattinatt is based on the old industrial site of Jonsered, a mill built in 1840 right by the river Säveån.
Nowadays, the site is classified as a historic monument and is in a privileged natural environment. With that in mind, Kattinatt develops its sponges with recyclable materials (Oeko-Tex certified) from Europe and practices having the least impact on the environment.
aesthetic: fresh and jolly motifs
domestic: a dishcloth each for one's spot of housework
amusing: having to carry out the chore of cleaning anyway, you might as well use something nice