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Sarah Smith Eco Cloths
سعر الذهب في السوق السعودي Great for washing up, environmentally friendly
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الخيارات الثنائية إشارات مراجعة أوروبا I found Sarah Smith Eco Cloths great to use and much preferred them to traditional washing up sponges which can get a bit foamy with washing up liquid or surface cleaners. I think these eco cloths are ideal for doing the washing up, they enable you to really clean china, glass, cutlery etc as you can feel the item through the cloth. Great for surface cleaning and wiping out the fridge. I like that they say they are made from 50% recycled polyester and 50% from sustainable forests, use eco printing and made in UK. Every little helps. It takes a short time to get used to the feel of the cloth in water as it can feel a little “oily”. I really don’t recommend washing the cloths in a washing machine. Sarah Smith make a strong statement about 4 machine washes on the packaging and after 1 machine wash the colour faded and they felt thinner and after 2 machine washes they were pretty limp and not very absorbent. I found it unnecessary to wash in a machine – and not very eco – I found it much better to simply hand wash in laundry liquid in the sink when you feel they need a freshen up, rinse and leave folded to dry. This kept the cloths in better condition, nice and fresh and extended their life. They are available for £2.00, which I feel is good value.