The Kaya Two-Tone Dishcloths are commonly used to wipe tables and bench tops in Japanese homes. These dishcloths are made with traditional weaving techniques in Nara, Japan. Their textured surface allows for better cleaning while damp. They are breathable, water absorbent and quick drying. The dishcloths consist of 8 layers of material, and are available in a large selection of colors.
DURABILITY - Washable and dries quickly.
LONG LASTING - Made from high quality materials.
SOFT TEXTURE - After first wash the multipurpose Eco Cloth will quickly turn soft for easy and enjoyable use around the house.
SAFE AND HIGH QUALITY MATERIAL - Carefully made from the finest high quality materials whilst keeping it’s traditional weaving techniques.
MATERIALS & CARE
Soak in hot water prior to first use to remove starch coating.
Colors fade after first wash.
Can be washed in washing machine or by hand.
Bleaching is not recommended. Fabrics may shrink slightly after washing.
Size : 30cmx30cm (12"x12") - 8 layers of material.
Made in Nara, Japan using traditional Japanese weaving techniques
Of 100% Rayon
Founded in Nara, Japan in the 1930s, Nawrap was an original manufacturer of traditional mosquito nets, woven from cotton and hemp. As mosquito nets became less of a necessity, they adapted their traditional weaving methods to create an innovative line of multipurpose, eco-friendly dishcloths and tea towels. Made from absorbent, quick-drying and antimicrobial fabrics, their line of towels are perfect for maintaining a tidy home.