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Zero Waste Cleaning Set by Tabitha Eve with Non Sponge and Multi Purpose Cloth

Zero Waste Cleaning Set by Tabitha Eve with Non Sponge and Multi Purpose Cloth

Handmade in the UK, this none sponge and multi-cloth cleaning set are perfect for eco-friendly homes.

Handmade in the UK, this zero waste cleaning set is perfect as a gift or you could keep it for you! 


This set is perfect for everyone, no matter where you are on your journey to sustainable living and includes the following:


  • x1 Reusable Kitchen None Sponge in the exclusive Geoleaf print
  • x1 Bamboo and Cotton Multi Cloth in Rainbow


Comes supplied in recyclable gift box


The Multi Cloth is made from a blend of Cotton and Bamboo


None Sponge is made from cotton with a plant-based, compressed core


The None Sponge and Multi Cloths are perfect alternatives to a disposable washing-up sponge and kitchen cloth. Perfect for anyone aspiring to a zero-waste lifestyle. 


Both products are:

  • Vegan and Cruelty-Free
  • Ethically handmade in the UK
  • All items and packaging are plastic-free and recyclable


The plant-based, cotton sponge arrives compressed. When wet, the core expands into a squishy, scrubby sponge that is entirely plastic-free and landfill-free. Each sponge has a soft cotton side and a scrubbier, mesh side, so they're perfect for all kinds of washing up. As well as being an excellent washing-up sponge, they're great for general cleaning too!


Each Multi Cloth has a superbly soft but scrubby bamboo side and a beautiful smooth cotton side - perfect hand size for wiping surfaces, faces, bottoms or anything else that needs a clean! 


How to Use:


Soak the sponge in water briefly and allow to expand before each use. Rinse and wring out after use and leave it to dry.


Both are machine washable - wash with your regular load but let air dry.


When they reach the end of their lives in the kitchen, why not use them to clean your car or for those mucky outside jobs you don't want to use kitchen cloths for? When they really can't be used any longer, we recommend chopping them into smaller pieces and mixing in with your compost.

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