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Dexam introduces spring cleaning offer

To celebrate the arrival of spring and spring cleaning, Dexam has launched an offer on its sustainable Swedish dishcloths.

Customers who buy 25 of each design will be entitled to 15% off, free carriage and a free display stand.

The Dexam Swedish Dishcloths are a sustainable, reusable and compostable cleaning solution for the home. Just one cloth can be used over and over again, equivalent to using 40 rolls of paper towel. Each adds a splash of colour to the kitchen with eight designs from animal prints and trendy words to botanicals and fruit.

The cloths are made from 70% all-natural wood pulp cellulose, from sustainably managed forests, and 30% cotton from waste cotton. This combination allows them to be rigid when dry and pliable when wet.

The cloths are more durable and absorbent than regular paper towels and can be placed in the dishwasher or washing machine to keep them fresh and smelling sweet. They are also 100% compostable so after their long and useful life, simply pop them in the compost heap.

Bryony Dyer, Dexam’s managing director, commented: “These eco-friendly washable dishcloths are perfect for doing the dishes, wiping up spills or cleaning whilst brightening up your day. They make lovely small gifts for anyone who has to do the cleaning, but likes a bit of style. A perfect hostess gift, stocking filler or a fun present for a student.”

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