Reusable Kitchen Roll

Reusable Kitchen Roll
Reusable Kitchen Roll

Reusable Kitchen Roll

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Description - Reusable, Home Compostable Sponge Kitchen Roll

As featured on BBC One's Shop Well For The Planet?, these home-compostable sponge kitchen rolls are a great alternative to single-use paper roll.

Made from 100% renewable resources in Europe, there are 12 cloths separated by a perforated lines on this roll.

To use - remove a cloth from the roll, wet the cloth then squeeze and use. Ideal for all cleaning around the house, mopping up spills, wiping hands on the go and more. They're very versatile!

Once used, they can be machine washed at 30-60c and line dried. Store them in a dry kitchen drawer for reuse over and over again.

Once they come to the end of life, they're fully home compostable.

Size - 24cm x 25cm per sheet

Colour - Green

  • Plastic free and vegan friendly
  • 70% cellulose 30% cotton
  • Home-compostable
  • Durable, super absorbent, machine washable
  • 12 sheets per roll
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How to use Reusable Kitchen Roll

These cloths are really versatile and durable. They absorb like a sponge and can be used all over the house. We use ours in predominantly in the kitchen and have a few specifically for bathroom cleaning.

Tear a cloth from the roll along the perforated line, wet the cloth if needed and squeeze out excess liquid. Use for general cleaning, washing up, mopping up spills and wiping hands on the go.

Pair up with Ocean Saver cleaning pods for use all around the home.

How to wash Reusable Kitchen Roll

These cloths are reusable over and over again. To keep them hygienic, they're machine washable and can even be washed in the dishwasher.

For cleaning in the dishwasher, place on the top drawer.

For cleaning in the washing machine, wash between 30-60c and line dry.

Store clean, dry cloths in a drawer for future use.

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