Have you ever wondered how many papertowels do you use during your cleaning routine?? I counted. I use 8, not that bad, except that I clean twice a week and I "wash" my papertowel to its last paper molecule and re-use it until I have to replace it, so that's pretty intense and WASTEFUL cleaning despite my efforts! and a sponge grosses me out after a certain period of time. Have you smelled your hands after washing the dishes? I hate that sponge smell and it occurs because of build-up bacteria that grows in the sponge because of its inability to dry fast.
As stated on previous posts, I do what I can to support the green efforts and when I was provided with the Skoy Cloth, I couldnt be happier. The Skoy is a biodegradable, reusable, absorbent, clean and CUTE cloth that can be used with any household cleaner or just water. It contains no chemicals in its colors or inks.
To use it, just wet it, and squeeze the excess water.
To clean it, you can throw it in the dishwater, washing machine or hand wash it and dries super fast so bacteria cannot grow in it. You can also put it in the microwave as a sanitizing measure (MAKE SURE IT"S WET BEFORE MICROWAVING).
I had a spill in my refrigerator from chicken I had to prepare for a BBQ at home over the weekend and saw the spill as an opportunity to try it out. It absorbed the mess super fast and the Skoy was very easy to clean and did not have a raw chicken smell afterwards =D
|Yellow is damp and blue is dried|
I am very positive I have saved at least half a roll of papertowel in the few days I have had these babies.
They come in an array of beautiful colors with an adorable design not just appealing to clean but also to look at.
Skoy Enterprises offers a fundraising program for schools. Find out more on the website under the fundraising tab.
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