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Reviewed: Verdante organic cotton kitchen cloths

Verdante_cut_outConventional cotton farming uses only about 3% of total global farmland, yet consumes 25% of all pesticides. Vote with your purse and buy organic cotton wherever possible.

We've shown you organic undies, organic cotton soft toys, and organic cotton shopping bags. Now you can make sure even your kitchen cloths are organic, too.

Verdante dish cloths are made from 100% organic cotton. They are pleasingly thick and soft, so much so, in fact, that I immediately cut mine in half to make two very useable cloths from one.

They smell very fresh, with none of the usual nasty chemical odour and they are washable and fully-biodegradable.

My only reservation is how hard-wearing they will prove to be.

£1.69 for a pack of three from Waitrose and Sainsbury's.

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December 19, 2006 in Reviews | Permalink


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