Swedish Dishcloths (set of 2)
Too much trouble; a regular cloth is easier to use
I was lured by the cute design. I don,t find the items practical.
September 7, 2014
Perfect Table and Counter Sponge
I have had these sponges before and love them. I am someone who likes to distinquence what sponge I use for dishes and ones I use for cleaning off counter and table. I also want to know which towel I use for dishes and use for a handtowel. I might be alittle obsesive.
I use these and then throw them in the wash. Don't put in dryer.
I am purchasing these for me and my daughter. Hint, Hint.
Also, I am giving one to my sister and another as a gift for my brother-in-law. I bought the birds, I am into birds . I also like the design patterns and colors they offer.
September 7, 2014
Swedish dishcloths are excellent quality.
I have enjoyed the Swedish dishclothes tremendously. They are a
pleasure to use and have held up well. They are just like new after
much use. Have ordered sets twice to give as gifts. Thanks !!
August 10, 2014
I love these dishclothes. Wipes up everything easily and leaves no streaks. I have bought one for everyone I know.
August 8, 2014
A Great Product
I love how quickly they dry after using them to wash my dishes, they are like a chamois & sponge combined. I feel like traditional dishcloths stay wet & are breeding grounds for bacteria . I like the cute designs.
August 2, 2014
I love them!
My only problem is that they get stained with coffee but I just soak them in water and bleach and they come back to their original white background. I liked the first ones so much I reordered a bunch of them.
July 16, 2014
2nd set I have purchased.
I like the effect of a sponge cloth when I wash my dishes.
You can wash them in the washer and I have had some that have ended up in the dryer and they are still good. But I recommend just to let them dry flat.
July 11, 2014
Best of Both Worlds
I like these because they have the absorbency of a sponge and the flexibility of a dishcloth. Plus, their designs are cheery. The flexibility lets you get in crevices you can't with a sponge. I put them in the dishwasher, but haven't tried the washing machine yet, which it says on the package that you can do. Mine did get a little dingy after a while, and they eventually lose their springiness and become less absorbent over time. I don't know whether putting them in the washer would perk them up.
June 20, 2014