I received a 4 pack of Skoy cloths to review. The Skoy Cloths work like a paper towel, a wash cloth and a regular towel all in one. They are extremely absorbent. As soon as I opened the package, my husband put them to the test!
Skoy is an earth friendly cloth that is 100% biodegradable and natural! Skoy cloths are made from natural cotton and wood-pulp cellulose. They are chlorine free and made using water based colors and inks. One Skoy cloth can save 15 rolls of paper towels! Each cloth can absorb 15 times its own weight. Each Skoy cloth measures 7″x7″. The best part, in my opinion, is that Skoy cloths can be washed in the dishwasher .
After my husband wet one, he told me how soft it felt, lightweight he then preceded to clean off my counter tops.
The Skoy cloth cleaned up my counters in a flash. He didn’t have to work to hard to wipe them down! SKOY Cloths come in vibrant colors like pink, orange, yellow, and blue, and there is a decorative flower on one side of the SKOY Cloth.
A company that cares about schools, SKOY Cloth has a new fundraising program to help schools which you can learn about by going HERE!
I highly recommend Skoy if you are looking to reduce your waste and the amount of money you spend on paper towels! Skoy cloths are even better than paper towels because of their thickness and absorbancy!
Skoy is available in all The Container Store locations and select
Cost Plus World Market locations too. You can also go here and find a list of E-tailers that sell Skoy.
Visit Skoy on their Website HERE, also on their Facebook Here and Twitter Here..
Skoy has been kind enough to offer one of my readers a pack of Skoy cloths. Just enter below in the Rafflecopter. This giveaway is open to US only.
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Disclosure: I received this product in exchange for an honest review, And in no way does that affect my views. The views and opinions on the stated product(s) are 100% my own. In accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255:”Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”