A Better Sponge
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Swedish Engineer, Curt Lindquist, invented a new material in 1949 from natural cellulose and cotton that was used to design Swedish Dishcloths following the Nordic tradition of combining Form + Function.
Why is a Swedish better than a sponge?
Wow, so many reasons, but we’ll try to keep it short. You already know sponges are sold in plastic packaging. Did you know sponges contain non-biodegradable plastic? Upon opening, notice the sponges are slightly wet, That means the bacteria-growing process has already begun. Add to that the synthetic dyes, artificial fragrances and Triclosan, and our Swedish dishcloths are a much greener, healthier choice than anything spongy.
At MightyNest, we like to keep it simple. Our Collections help you discover healthy green changes that make a difference. Each Collection introduces a goal-driven family of products plus ideas for using them.