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Love how this dries up so easily without any smell!!! I've always used rags, and were sick of the way they smell sour after a few washings. This product dries so easily without any smell, it cleans really well, and the rag itself is easy to clean! It looks cute too, way better than a dishcloth that gets old and ugly looking quick! This cloth retains it's color and look after several washings. I'm sure it will eventually need to be tossed, but I'm happy with how long it's lasted so far!!!
I hate the waste of using paper towels to clean, plus they're not very strong. And I hate the way sponges and wash cloths stay wet, grow bacteria, and get stinky.Skoy cleaning cloths are as strong as a washcloth, absorbent as as sponge, and dry fast so they never get stinky. I keep one at the kitchen sink to wipe counters and appliances, either with cleaner or with soap & water. They ring out easily and I hang them over a towel bar to dry after use.Every so often I toss it into a load of laundry to freshen it. They do disintegrate eventually, and you'll replace them, but not even as often as a sponge. I graduate mine from kitchen to bathroom (and other locations) when they begin to look worn.I love that I'm wasting less and getting much better performance as well. I've given these as gifts to get others to try them, and they feel the same. Spread the word!
I LOVE swedish dish cloths. I hate rags that get smelly. These never, ever do. They absorb a lot and dry quickly. If they are completely dry, you have to get it a little wet before you can absorb too much of anything. While they sting easily, they otherwise clean up well. I usually put it in the microwave for about 1 minute after cleaning my kitchen. Then, it's ready to go for the next time. I use it for everything! - wiping the counters, washing the dishes, soaking up messes. Carry versatile!
I think these have literally already paid for themselves with the amount of paper towel they’ve replaced. So much better for the environment too.I love how quickly they dry out after use so they don’t stay wet or get smelly. I hang them with clips from kitchen drawer handles so they dry out on all sides.They’re also easy to clean. I just put them in the washing machine when I do a load of dish towels with a little vinegar in the rinse cycle.
I first purchased Skoy cloths a little over two years ago and have loved them ever since. The first one I used lasted for 18 months--used every day for washing pots and pans, wiping counters, and cleaning up spills. I have used a second one to wipe down shower walls after showering, also daily, and it is still going strong. I still have one in reserve, but heaven knows when it will see the light of day. I bought a new pack today to give to my daughters, both of whom need to be weaned away from sponges, which just act as a nursery for bacteria and spread gunk around (doctors have advised that sponges be replaced every week). As others have mentioned, the secret to keeping Skoys fresh is to rinse them and wring them out thoroughly after each use and hang them to dry. Launder them occasionally and you're good to go.
I just got these cloths a few days ago and I don't know how I ever lived without them. I saw a similar product at a health food store for 3 times the price and I did some research on line and ended up getting these 4 cloths for less than a third of the price. I just love them. I like the size, the colors, the absorbency, the cleaning ability, the way they dry so quickly, etc. I have not washed one yet, but I expect I will put it in my dishwasher when I do. They rinse out so easily and I love how they clean my stainless steel stove, dishwasher and refrigerator. I'm getting a set for my DIL for her birthday because we both have always complained to each other about sour smelling cotton cloths that have no absorbency and take forever to dry. I LOVE THESE!
I’ve been using these for awhile now and I really like them. They dry quick, are easy to wash, and save me from using a TON of paper towels. I keep 2 out (different colors) and use one to wash my kids’ hands and face after meals and one for cleaning surfaces. I throw them in the dishwasher every few days. The only thing I dislike is they’re an extra thing laying on my counter all day. I wish they had a loop or something so I could hang them on my backsplash.
I have a house with its own well which would cause our dishcloths to smell quickly. Even after washing them, I could only use the dishcloth two or three times before it would smell again. I only use them for wiping down my counters. I have tried various types and decided to try these. I absolutely love them! I have used one over and over and it never smelled gross. I put it in the dishwasher to clean it and it came out soft and smelling awesome. I would definitely buy these over any other dishcloth!!
UPDATE: I TOTES changed my mind about wanting the choice of a larger Skoy cloth, and I up my rating from 4 to 5 stars for versatility. A larger cloth is just not needed and would probably be a pain. It might take a while to adapt to using such a small thing, but once you do, you'll find it harder and harder to use a paper towel. I have two going at a time, and as soon as I come downstairs to the kitchen in the morning, I get them both wet, wring them out, and they are ready to use. It seems so counter-intuitive to get something wet to make it absorbent, but these just ROCK! I plan to gift these to all my family members. Just love 'em.ORIGINAL REVEIW: I purchased these Skoy cloths to cut down on the number of paper towels we use, and that has certainly been the case. The paper towel holder was empty for weeks after these arrived before we found a true need to add a new roll. I have a feeling the jumbo pack we have of them will last for ages. I didn't give 5 stars for versatility due to the small size. It would be really great to have a pack with cloths the size of a square of paper towel so we wouldn't even have to take a roll to a picnic. So far, so great!
Love love love these cleaning cloths! I don't know what magic dust is in them, but they are amazing. Work as well as a traditional chamois without having to skin a sheep & are way more eco friendly than 1 use paper towels. Great for cleaning up spills, cleaning counters & I keep one in the shower to wipe down the walls after showering. Great absorption & just squeeze out the liquid & you're good to keep going. Maybe I'm a dork, but these make me happy - thanks for a great reusable ecofriendly product - these may be Christmas gifts this year! (Yeah, i can see my sisters' disappointed looks now & the thanks & accolades a few weeks later :-).) Thanks for making them & hope they are available for a long time!
I have purchased 4 or 5 packs of these over the last several years, and several of my family members now purchase these after using them at my house or after me giving them one to try. I love that they last forever (literally last a year+ usually) and I love that I can clean them by washing in the dishwasher or washing machine or microwaving them when wet. They don't retain a smell like most sponges and it's easier to clean them. I will keep buying more!
These are awesome! First used these while visiting my daughter. She uses them for washing dishes - and I loved them! They are just the right size for washing dishes, pots and pans, and ring out tight for wiping down countertops and stove and appliances with no streaking. Best part, you can wring them out with a one-hand-squeeze. When they get a bit grungy looking, they make great house cleaning cloths - sturdy yet pliable enough to get into small corners and spaces. Completely washable. ( Tip: Dry flat so they can stack and lay flat in the drawer with the others for neater storage.) Love them!
I’m coming from lifelong sponge use for my dishes-the kind with the scrubby, usually green side- and I am loving my new cleaning cloth. It works so well, I'm still using the first one, after about 2 weeks. Going to throw it in the washer today, and I know it’ll hold up well. It’s very durable. Not thin like a dish cloth, it’s spongy, but thin enough to be flexible for washing. Doesn’t do the job of scrubbing, but we’re pretty good at rinsing and soaking our dishes prior to washing, and I did purchase some scrubby eco friendly sponges made out of coconut fibers for tough jobs, which I haven’t even needed yet. Very happy with this purchase. The kids like using them too. Will purchase again!
Fantastic! A bit larger than the World’s Best brand and the Trendy Tripper brand. Made in Europe but packaged in San Diego CA by an organization that employs people with disabilities. This brand is also very economical. It’s pretty much the same as the other two brands. Skoy doesn’t fray as easily as the World’s Best. In my posted pictures the Skoy dish cloth is orange colored. The purple World’s Best is purple and on the far left (there’s a photo of it showing how delicate it is ). The Trendy Tripper is the purple one on the far right. I like the Skoy best of all. Please note that the cloth will not dry off your countertop while wiping ; you must wet the cloth, wring it, and then use it to wipe. You can’t use these dry because they dry stiff as a board. After using a damp European dish cloth (wrung out first) with a natural household cleaner spray I use a microfiber cloth to dry the countertop and my stainless steel appliances. Will this replace my paper towels? No. But I WILL use LESS paper towels due to my new found Swedish dish cloths. All three brands are 70% cellulose fiber.
**UPDATE** I have discovered that these work great as a slightly (very slightly) exfoliating face towel. I am ordering some more just so that I can have a couple for a face and body cloth. Normally, I use cotton baby wipes for cleaning my face and removing makeup. Just on a whim this morning, I tried this to clean my face and I didn't even have to use soap. I did moisturize right away. In the future, I will use these with and without cleansers and oils. I wish there was a way to subscribe.I wanted something like these cloths for a while. I've been using bamboo paper towels but wanted something like this for the longer term. Deciding on a brand was tough because there are so many different brands and styles. I read reviews for this and for other Swedish style cloths to use in the kitchen. To be honest, these won out mainly because of the price then, while waiting for delivery, I worried that maybe they wouldn't be so great. No worries. They work wonderfully and I have already put more in my cart to buy.PROS:1. When dampened, they are soft but they scrub almost like a scouring pad (without the scratching).2. They rinse out really well in between use and there was no lint or anything sticking to them.3. Not just for dishes. That's all I intended to use them for, but I use them in the bathroom and on the windows in the front room.4. The different colors are good for assigning them to different rooms of the house.5. When wet, they barely shrink at all and they don't lose their shape. (See photos)I can't really think of any negatives but this is only the first day of cleaning with them. I will update if needed. For now, if these last me at least 1 or 2 months, I will be more than happy.(I didn't rate durability yet because even though I cleaned for about 2 hours with these, I want to give it some more use before I chime in on that.)
Just received my 4th order of these. Gave some away to my book club friends. I hate using up rolls of paper towels and just throwing away. Skoy cloths are great for cleaning up spills or minor messes. Throw in dishwasher to freshen or even the washer. As they age, I relegate to cleaning in bathroom or other tasks before needing to dispose of permanently. I buy very few rolls of paper towels now..
We ordered these because they claimed to be a good alternative to using paper towels. Read all of the reviews and thought we'd order a set "and live with them a while, then leave a review". That was more than seven months ago, and we're still going strong on the first two of the set of four.These "cloths" (they are thick-ish, like the thickness of fleece, but kind of spongy as well) are as absorbent as can be... if I spill a small or large amount, they seem to be able to take it all-- at least three times their volume; and after they are squeezed out, they absorb even more. When they are totally dry, if we have a few largish (1-2 square inches) drops of water on the counter, we can just use the corner and it sucks the water right away. It was after the second month with these that I realized we'd gone all of that time without finishing the roll of paper towels (that was half gone when I started using them) we had in our kitchen.I use one of them for washing dishes, and because they are pliable and somewhat "grippy" I can get into all of the nooks and crannies for an excellent job of hand-washing of glass and ceramicware as well as cutlery. I don't know how these things are put together, but after more than half a year, they haven't torn or started to break apart despite the fact that all of our dishes are hand washed with this item.The other one is used for spot cleaning spills on the floor... sometimes with a bit of a scrub needed if something was spilled but not noticed until later. Each use, it picks up the debris and sops up the liquid. It cleans with a squeeze of soap and a few squishes in the hand under running water.I saw that the product is marked down and hope that they aren't going to stop making it due to stalled or reduced sales, because if the sales are slow it is only because the product is so well made that it lasts a long time! I still have two more that are unused in the cupboard, and there are a good couple of months' life remaining in the ones currently in use.If you are looking for a long-lasting and hard-working product that will reduce your reliance on paper towels and dish sponges, look no further. The Skoy Eco-Friendly Cleaning Cloth is worth every cent.
Skoy is the second brand of eco-friendly cleaning cloths I've used. Had I tried this brand first, I would have known to rate the competitor brand less than the 5-stars I gave them because Skoy truly deserves the 5-stars for this product. These cloths have much a softer texture than the competitor brand, which I prefer. I've been using one cloth in the kitchen for almost one month now with no real signs of wear yet and still odorless! The competitor brand started to fall apart after three weeks of daily use, revealing a mesh material sandwiched in the center. I microwave the cloths as directed once a day. Excellent product -- would recommend for every kitchen!
I love these cloths. I wish I found out about them sooner. I use them all the time and have cut back about 80% on use of paper towels. These are super absorbent and durable. I have several to use in different areas (ie: kitchen, bathroom, etc). They work great and are easy to clean. I have thrown them in the dishwasher to clean and also in the laundry. They last a long time. So happy to have found something to get rid of all the paper towels. I've given them out to friends and family too. Love these things!!!
These are great. Says you can wash in clothes washer, dishwasher or microwave. We washed in clothes washer and it came ou like new. They do a great job of scrubbing off hard to clean gunk on dishes and pans without harming nonstick coatings or fragile surfaces. They’re amazing. I got rid of all my sponges and ordered a bunch of these after getting a set as a gift. But so far haven’t had to open the new ones because thy haven’t warn at all even with daily use.
What's not to like? I have to say that I was skeptical when I saw the hype on these. But I liked the flower motif and figured "Why not?" I do a LOT of dishes and cleaning, and one of these will last me for several months before it starts to get too worn to be seen in the kitchen. Those "graduate" to the bathroom, where they hide under the sink! They bleach up just a promised, and go through the washer and dryer like a champ. The only thing I've found is not to wash/dry them with microfiber cloths, as they stick to each other with amazing grip!
These are so cool!!!!! I saw a YouTuber review these and since they were cheap I tried them out. Awesome. Way better than towels or cloth rags. When they dry they dry totally, and are stiff, so they stack or hide away neatly like cardboard. They hydrate right away and I haven’t broken any yet, and they can go in the washing machine which is convenient! I just used one to clean the tub, scrub the bathroom floor, and wipe all surfaces and I just rinsed it when i needed to, washed it when I was done, let it dry on the counter, good to go. Highly recommend, for the price you can buy two sets and have more than enough. I gave one cloth to my sister for her to try it out, so you can give these away easily too. I think these are a european product, so i also feel fancy saying they are from germany!
If you're skeptical about Swedish dish towels as I was (I'm thinking, "is this another scam-wow?"), this set is priced well enough to try out. I gave two of these to my mother in law as a small gift, kept one and sent the other to my best friend. Everything is true! These guys really go pliant and soak up the water after wetting, and survive all sorts of hand wringing and trips through the washing machine. They dry fast, too, and then resemble a thin sheet of cardboard conforming to whatever surfaces you lay them on.
After trying these myself, I've bought 3 more sets for friends and relatives! Something so simple is simply the best!!! I'm a dish cloth user from way back and I wasn't sure I'd like these, but I'm hooked!! I like that they are biodegradable and that you can put the in the microwave to disinfect. And they don't smell like a used dish cloth does! Don't let their seemingly flimsy appearance fool you.... these are a work horse!! You won't be disappointed if you decide to get these!! = )
I purchased these on July 21, 2017. I thought you would like to see how they held up since then. I have only used one so far so I could "put it to the test." This is what it looks like today. I use it every day and several times a day and I have put it in the washing machine three times. It's in great shape! I have saved a lot of money on paper towels. I don't use it for washing dishes. (I use Starfiber Scrubbies) I use Skoy cloth for counter tops, table, sink, appliances, stove, etc. The photos show it just taken out of the washing machine for the third time.
These hold up incredibly well, and my favorite part: They don't smell funky like traditional sponges and cloth rags often do after so many uses.They hold moisture and soap well, so they're great for cleaning up messes on counters or for washing dishes. They also don't disintegrate like some sponges do after too many uses. There were four in the pack, and I'm still using the same cloth several months after buying the product early this summer. A little more upfront cost compared to a traditional sponge, but well worth it.
I'm already in love with these dish cloths. They clean well, they launder up well, and they dry quickly draped over my kitchen faucet. Paired with LUNATEC Odor-Free Dishcloths. The perfect scrubber, dish cloth, sponge and scouring pad to clean your dishes, pots & pans, and kitchen gear. Ideal for home, RV, boat galley and camp site. (4, Lemon) , these cloths work well for my dish washing needs. The Lunatec dishcloths provide the scrubbing power I need & the Skoy cleaning cloth hangs onto the soap suds longer, allowing me to not overuse dish soap.
Amazed. I wasn't sure what to expect with these but I'm beyond impressed! I use them for everything cleaning related - kitchen, counters, stovetop, microwave (and yes, we cook lots of bacon in the microwave), bathroom sinks and vanities, spills on the floor, windows, etc. anything you've ever used a paper towel for - these will do a better job.They are slightly textured so have scrub value to them (not like a loofa but enough to get dried and sticky junk off the kitchen counters). They are quick to dry - I just hang them over the side of my dish drain and they are back to their original texture by morning. I've also washed them multiple times although, honestly, a little dish soap and hot washer and ring out seems more than sufficient since they don't really absorb stuff like a sponge - but don't get me wrong, they still absorb plenty! A sponge never really seems cleaned out since it has all those little pores.We have only used one roll of paper towels in two months thanks to these little beauties. I appreciated that mine came without plastic packaging (just a piece of cardboard). The fun colors match my fiesta ware too!I have enthusiastically recommended these to coworkers, friends and relatives and will be stocking up for Christmas gifts.
I love that I can use these, let them dry, and use them again. One lasts me about 2 months, though I mostly just use them to wipe counters and the kitchen sinks. I don't use them to clean up my puppy's accidents, however. I just can't bring myself to wash that out and reuse.They can be thrown in the washer and reused. After you use the washing machine they do shrink a bit and never quite return to their original shape. At that point I relegate them to the bathroom to clean the sinks and tub.These are a great buy and I continue using them.
Can't say enough about these cleaning rags! Super absorbent and easy to wash. They look great and work fantastic! I feel the quality of this product will last for a long time. The colors are perfect and rich, and unlike sponges, they are sanitary. We use them everyday for everything, drop it the washer and wah-lah clean rag ready for use (we do not dry!). Another way to clean them is put the tag, small (pea size) soap and water in mocravavle bowl, heat for 1 minute and germs are gone.
I love it for many reasons: it never smells bad. It gets dry fast and it holds a lots of water
Love these so much that I bought a bunch for family as stocking stuffers for the holidays along with other Eco Friendly items as a theme. What better way to care for your family? These are super absorbent and dry really fast so in the morning you don't have a wet rag lying by your sink. I love that you can clean it by putting in the microwave, washing machine or dishwasher. They are so light and good also for relatives who are flying back and need gifts to fit in their bag without the weight. I bought a color set first, then a white set to use for babymats and stuff that I want to keep separate. I use these now instead of sponges at my bathroom sinks too, which aren't as eco friendly and get tons of bacteria.
These things are AWESOME!!! They are super absorbent, easy to clean, adorably cute and FUNCTIONAL!I'm trying to stop murdering the environment with my excessive use of paper towels. I have found that these clean up spills far better than my favorite paper towels (Viva!) and are so easy to clean out afterwards! I make a lot of cold-brew coffee, and tend to make a mess before I have that first cup of medicine. I thought these would stain easily. But they DON'T! They are still fresh and clean after two weeks of daily use! I haven't even pulled out a second one yet.I hope my mother isn't reading this, because she will be getting some for Xmas this year.LOVE THESE!!!!
I couldn't understand why these clothes would be any different that a dishcloth but since my preferred HandiWipes are getting harder to find and are cut differently lately, I though I'd give the Skoy cloths a try. They are truely the perfect size and everything (even coffee grounds) rinses out completely leaving them clean and pretty for the next use. I have put the in a sink of suds with a little bleach to sterilize and they are perfect to go. Just hang them on your faucet or sink divider and they dry rather quickly. If you think these will be like the thin sponge wipes which fall apart and are not pliable, they're not. I was concerned the would not be cloth-like enough for daily use but they are very much like a smaller wash cloth that dries fast and rinses easily. Been using mine for about 2 months straight and it still looks almost new.
These are seriously awesome!!! I hesitated to get them, because I really couldn't see why I would need another sponge, but I'm so glad I decided to try them. They are great for wiping down the counters before you sanitize them, because they're so big and so absorbent, so you can usually get all of your crumbs etc. in one go instead of multiple trips with a regular sponge. They have a little bit of scrubbiness on one side that is great too. After I use it, I rinse it clean and microwave it for a minute to sanitize it. And as soon as I have another big spill anywhere in the kitchen, this will be the first thing I reach for! The pack of 4 ought to last forever, as I've only been using one so far and have three brand-new ones as back-ups.Cook's Illustrated recommends them: "Do thin, “eco-friendly” sponge cloths made from cotton and wood pulp work as well as a heavy-duty kitchen sponge? We tested two biodegradable cloths against a leading household sponge made of synthetic cellulose and nylon. Both eco sponges were far more absorbent than the household sponge. The two biodegradable sponges soaked up almost a cup of spilled water and 1/3 cup, respectively, while the household sponge picked up little more than cup. Both sponge cloths swept up a large pool of barbecue sauce from the countertop, leaving few streaks behind, while the household sponge mostly pushed sauce around. Another plus: Hot, soapy water erased all traces of barbecue sauce (including its sour, smoky smell) from the cloths, while smells and stains lingered on the traditional sponge. After multiple cycles in the dishwasher, both of the biodegradable sponges surfaced unscathed. When dry, this sponge cloth appeared flimsy and brittle, but once wet, it easily swept up spilled barbecue sauce, then rinsed clean in a snap. It is non-toxic, chlorine-free, washer/dryer safe, and can be sterilized in the microwave."I highly recommend these cloths, as well as www.cooksillustrated.com!
I purchased my first pack of 4 of these Skoy Cleaning Cloths after reading so many positive reviews. I had been using these for years Trader Joe's Reusable KITCHEN CLOTH - Two 14"x10" Towels and they worked pretty well, but they always ended up getting yukky and smelly after a day or two and had to be bleached or thrown in the washer to get them clean. I didn't see how the size of these Skoy cloths was going to be as effective as the larger Trader Joes cloths, but I decided to try them. The material is similar, but not the same. The Skoy cloths wring out much better and I can pretty much wring them with one hand because of the size. I bought two of these Skoy Magnetic Sink Rail, one for the cloth for dishes and counters and the other for the cloth to wipe up things on the floor. Because they wring out so much drier, they don't seem to collect whatever bacteria makes them get smelly. I still put them in the microwave for 2 minutes every so often.The other nice thing about the size is I can fold them in half and they hang neatly on the racks. My double sink actually looks neat all the time rather than having dish rags hanging over the middle or in the basin. And these Skoy cloths are much more absorbent and effective for cleaning up. They were a perfect solution. (I also got a couple of the Skoy Scrub (2-pack) which I like.)