Pacific Dry Goods, EcoTowl Bamboo, The Remarkable Compostable Cloth, 3 Cloths, 14" x 10" Each (Discontinued Item)
- Shipping Weight: 0.24 lbs (0.11kg)
- Product Code: PDG-51116
- UPC Code: 046314511160
- Package Quantity: 3 Cloths, 14" x 10" Each
- Dimensions: 0.7 x 5 x 7 in, 0.1 lbs (0.05kg)
Expiration Date: Either this product has no expiration date, or the manufacturer has not provided us with an expiration date.
- Save Paper
- Reduce Waste
- Replaces Paper Towels
- Super Absorbent
- Made of Natural, Fast Growing, Renewable Materials
- 82% Bamboo Fiber + 18% Corn
- Save the Earth Foundation Approved
- Confidence in Textiles
- Tested for harmful substances according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100
The Remarkable Compostable Towel
For years people have had to put up with the annoyance of wet, soggy cotton towels, throwaway wipes and paper towels that clog landfills. Now these problems are a thing of the past because EcoTowl Bamboo is here! This remarkable "water magnet" is the most environmentally friendly and ingenious kitchen towel ever invented. Better than paper towels, the reusable EcoTowl Bamboo is the best way to clean up spills, dry off tools, or wipe down counters.
The Green Secret of The Fabric
The EcoTowl Bamboo is a natural fabric made from 82% Bamboo Fiber and 18% corn, both fast growing and sustainable resources. The product process is a model of ecological management, winning awards and earning the European Eco-Label. Washable, durable, super absorbent and biodegradable, this "green kitchen" necessity greatly reduces your use of expensive disposable wipes, petrochemical microfibers and paper towels while you reduce waste!
EcoTowl Bamboo Tips
Your EcoTowl Bamboo should be rinsed clean and wrung out after each use. When dirty, simply hand or machine wash then air dry or tumble dry with no heat. Your EcoTowl Bamboo can also be sanitized in a dishwasher or microwave. Cared or as directed, your EcoTowl Bamboo will give you long lasting service without losing its strength or absorption power. And when it's ready for disposal, it can be composted!