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Swedish Dishcloth | Crazy Critters Collection
Swedish Dishcloth | Crazy Critters Collection
Swedish Dishcloth | Crazy Critters Collection
Swedish Dishcloth | Crazy Critters Collection
Potluck Press

Swedish Dishcloth | Crazy Critters Collection

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Eco-friendly, hygienic and reusable Swedish dishcloths designed and printed in the United States.  Replace one use paper towels and stinky plastic sponges with these versatile, unique and joyfully designed dishcloths.  One of our favorite products for sustainable living. 

Perfect for household chores.  Use dry to pick up liquid messes.  Use with water, soap, or sprays for streak-free countertops, granite, stainless steel, and glass.  Rinse and squeeze out excess water between uses and hang dry.  Dries very quickly.  Wash regularly in the washing machine or dishwasher and air dry.  One of these lovely cloths will last up to 6-9 months.  

  • Made of organic cotton, cellulose from FSC certified forests, and water-based inks
  • Reusable and washable over 200 times
  • Replaces 17 rolls of paper towel
  • Absorbs 20x its weight
  • 100% biodegradable/compostable
  • 6.5" x 8"
  • Designed and printed in Seattle, Washington

Meet the Makers

Potluck Press serves up greetings for every occasion from some of the country’s foremost designers and artists.  The ink at Potluck Press runs as deeply as blood.  This family-run greeting card business, based in Seattle, was born of owner Patti McKillop’s love of words and photography.  The passion was sparked early in life by her grandfather, Bernard Nordmann, a Missouri-based publisher.  Today, Patti runs Potluck Press alongside her children (and two grandsons), spending their workday together and doing so with humor and love.

A driving force of the business is bringing excellence through collaboration.  Potluck Press is a place “where everyone brings something to the table.”  Input and ideas are not only celebrated, but expected, resulting in quirky and lovable ways to express everyday sentiments.