Jangneus biodegradable dishcloths available in fun new designs

Jangneus biodegradable dishcloths available in fun new designs

Designer dishcloth maker Jangneus has added new patterns and colours to its collection of hard-wearing cloths that can be slung on the compost heap when they're done

Jangeus Design dishcloths are attractive and they biodegrade

Jangneus' colourful cloths are made from cellulose and recycled cotton and can be put on the compost heap at the end of their working days. From £1.95 per cloth.

Brighten up your kitchen with some jolly, jaunty new dishcloths. Jangneus has introduced three new colours, pink, orange and brown,  and four new designs, loops, robins, stripes and blossom, bringing the collection up to 13 designs and 10 colourways.

Jangneus was set up by Swedish designer and Oxfordshire resident Marie Davis, who wanted to re-think the dishcloth - that kitchen workhorse that has historically had a tendency swiftly to become a stinking rag in the corner of the sink that would ultimately end up in landfill.

Her cloths are made from a material produced in Sweden from cellulose, a by-product of the paper industry, and recycled cotton. This fabric is biodegradable and can be put in the compost bin or on the compost heap when the cloth is worn out. Dishcloths are printed (in the UK) with appealing, fun designs using environmentally-friendly inks, so don't need to be kept out of sight.

 

New - orange colourway from Jangneus
Fresh green

Jangneus cloths are hard-wearing and should last for several months, as normal dishcloths do. The company also has teatowels made from cotton and linen.

UK orders are delivered free. Prices are:  1-3 cloths: £2.95 per cloth; 4-9 cloths: £2.50 per cloth; 10 or more: £1.95 per cloth

 
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