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Linen Kitchen and Dish Towel | Eco-Friendly Kitchen

Linen Kitchen and Dish Towel | Eco-Friendly Kitchen

Regular price $36.00 USD
Regular price $36.00 USD Sale price $36.00 USD
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Assessment as of: January 2024

  • 100% Natural
  • 100% Recycle
  • 100% ECO Friendly

Expertly crafted from 100% premium linen fabric, these European-made tea towels are an essential accessory for any home.

With mulitple color options they provide style and function, while the linen material is naturally strong and softens with each wash. These high-quality dish towels are designed for practical use- quickly absorbing and drying dishes, and featuring a convenient loop for easy hanging.

Certified eco-friendly and long-lasting, these linen towels make for a thoughtful and timeless gift. Please note, actual colors may vary slightly due to monitor and browser differences. 

Towel form type: Hand Towel
Material: Linen

 

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ASSESSMENT AS OF: JANUARY 2024

HOW TO GET STARTED

- Place in kitchen or bathroom rack
- Keep a stack of these napkins in a kitchen drawer for easy access
- Keep a steel bucket under your sink or kitchen to toss used towels in
- Once soiled, take the bucket of used towels and add to wash
- Hang dry and re-use at next meal

EMBRACE

  1. Linen napkins are tactically and aesthetically pleasing and elevate any eating experience
  2. Linen is incredibly strong and can last for decades with proper care - this means fewer wasted paper napkins and associated plastic packaging
  3. Linen is also less environmentally impactful than many other natural fibers

Noteworthy Product Attributes


Linen is incredibly tough and lasts longer than cotton. In fact, well-cared-for linen can last for decades.

AVOID PRODUCT TYPE

Dish Towels

AVOID

  1. Contrary to popular belief single-use paper napkins are not recyclable - their fibers are too short to be reused
  2. Paper napkins also require trees to be felled, consume a significant amount of water in their production, and require considerable energy and CO2 emissions to produce
  3. Napkins don't emit microplastics, but they do end up in landfill

Overall Sustainability Score - 90 / 100

Score Breakdown

Manufacturing (Score - 9/10) - Linen towels are certified by OEKO-TEX, meaning no harmful chemicals were used in the process of making them.

Distribution (Score - 10/10) - Distributed close to target markets. Based in Lithuania and targeted to the US and EU markets.

Cost (Score - 8/10) - Cost is representative of high-quality linen fabrics.

Packaging (Score - 8/10) - Minimal packaging

Effectiveness (Score - 9/10) - Being made of thin, high-quality material, our kitchen linens absorb and dry super quickly.

Lifespan (Score - 9/10) - Lasts for years.

Fun (Score - 8/10) -  Give a soft touch and provide an elevated experience.

Relevance (Score - 9/10) -  A daily high-use item.

Disposal (Score - 10/10) -  Last multiple years with standard washing.

Recycling (Score - 10/10) -  Uinen is one of the least environmentally damaging textiles. “Unlike synthetic textiles, natural fabrics like linen are biodegradable, which means that their constituent molecules reabsorb into the surrounding environment within a matter of years instead of centuries.