Do you suffer from Stinky Sponge Syndrome?
You know what I’m talking about. That sponge you use for wiping down work surfaces after you’re finished cooking. After a while, it kind of starts to smell, right? And everything you use it on smells too. This, of course, means your sponge is harboring bacteria and decaying food particles. Yuck! Or maybe your aversion to the funky sponge has you using paper towels for cleaning instead. While it’s great to be able to toss them when you’re finished, they don’t always hold up as well as sponges do, especially for those jobs that require a little elbow grease. And when we’re all trying to do our part to reduce waste, paper towels don’t seem very eco-friendly, do they?
This is why SKOY cloths are such a great product–they’re like a cross between sponges and paper towels. They’re strong enough to handle even the most stubborn messes (hello, baked on stove spills!), but they’re thin so they dry out quickly and don’t retain food particles the way sponges do. Unlike paper towels, they can be reused several times–one SKOY cloth saves the average user 15 rolls of paper towels! But when you do have to throw your cloths away, you can take comfort in knowing that they’re made of natural materials so they’re 100% biodegradable.
Using SKOY cloths is easy–you can either wet them with water or use them in conjunction with any household cleaner. After I made my Chocolate GIngerbread Bars over the weekend, I had a lot of flour and cocoa on the countertop, so I used one of my SKOY cloths to clean up the mess.