Ink And Fiber Designs: A Pleasant Alternative


Ink And Fiber Designs makes a fantastic product called a Swedish dishcloth. If you are unfamiliar about what a Swedish dishcloth is, then let me explain it to you. But first, let me explain to you what it isn’t. It isn’t a paper towel. A paper towel isn’t intended to be used more than once. And if a paper towel gets wet, it’s done; game over. It is made that way so that you will need another one and another one until they are gone, and then you have to buy more. Now let’s talk about what a Swedish dishcloth is. A Swedish dishcloth is 70% wood pulp and 30% cotton. The wood pulp gives it excellent absorbancy, while the cotton gives it resiliency. How resilient and how absorbent? I’m glad you asked. In a few moments you are going to see that the Swedish dishcloth truly is a pleasant alternative.

A Swedish dishcloths can soak up 15x its weight! That’s HUGE! They really can be a workhorse on spills and wet countertops. Absorbancy is always a plus around the kitchen. However, if you have ever been around a kitchen, you know that absorbancy only goes so far. If it just falls apart when it gets wet, the whole absorbancy thing goes right out the window. Literally, because now it is unable to hold as much because it is in pieces. Well, Ink And Fiber Designs has made their Swedish dishcloths to hold up to normal wear and tear. They can be used up to 200 times. once you have used it, just throw it in the dishwasher or washing machine and let it dry, and you’re back in business. My suggestion is to purchase two or more so that while one is being washed, you still have one you can be using. Besides, have you seen their designs? Who could pick just one? They have something for everyone.

Another thing that Ink And Fiber Designs has going for them is the price. This one dishcloth will outlive 17 rolls of paper towel. Now if you go out and price 17 rolls of paper towel, you are going to find that even the cheap stuff that falls apart when you look at it is still going to be over a dollar a roll. And how fast does a roll of paper towel disappear? Exactly! And we’re just talking about this one Swedish dishcloth. And when you’ve worn it out and it has cleaned over 200 messes, you can toss it in the compost pile. it’s biodegradable. It comes from the earth and returns to the earth; as nature intended.

So, if you want something that will brighten your day and ease you workload, you should give Ink And Fiber Designs a try. They have a lot of patterns to choose from. Here is a link to their website: Ink And Fiber Designs. You can thank me later for saving you a boat-load of money and at the same time, saving the planet from wasting all those paper towels. Oh and if you want to check out their social media, just click on the appropriate icon below.


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