Our kitchen towels are made from 50/50 linen-cotton or pure linen. They are screen printed with water based and environmentally friendly ink. Wash 40°.
Screen printed with water based and environmentally friendly ink. The dishcloth can be boiled and are washable up to 90 degrees C in both dishwasher and washing machine. No softer. 70% cellulose from FCS forest and 30% cotton.
The dishcloth was invented 1949 by engineer Curt Lindqvist in Norrköping, Sweden. It absorbs 15 times its own weight. Decompose.
The dye used in plain dishcloths is environmentally friendly and safe. You can wash your dishcloths in the washing machine, 40°, or in the dishwasher (upper basket). 70% cellulose from FCS forest and 30% cotton. No softer and no bleach.
All our trays are made from individual sheets of birch veneer that are heat pressed and protected by a melamine based surface. All of the trays are water resistant and dishwasher safe.
Cutting boards and potholders
Our cutting boards and potholders are made from MDF-materials and has a matte finish on the print. The potholders and cutting boards should be hand washed. Please do not soak them in water.
Coasters are made from birch veneer. We do not recommend that these products are machine-washed. Nor should they be left soaking.
All the products are food contact safe.
The wood that is used for veneer and MDF comes either from FSC- or PEFC-certified suppliers i.e. from forests that are cultivated responsibly and with a long term view. For more on these certificates, please see below.
FSC stands for Forest Stewardship Council which is an independent, international organisation which works with a labelling system, which guarantees that a wood based product uses material from responsibly grown forests. It indicates a social and environmental responsibility for the forests of the world and the people and animals that work and live there. The FSC stamp shows that a product has been made from wood from certified forests.
PEFC stands for the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification schemes and is a global, independent organisation for the evaluation and mutual recognition of national standards of forestry. PEFC takes as its starting point conditions of the small-scale, family-run type of forestry business and is built on national standards of certification adapted to local conditions, in accordance with the guidelines of the international PEFC. PEFC is a guarantee to customers and the public that PEFC certified forests are run in accordance with the rules of sustainable forestry and follows globally accepted ISO Guidelines for certification.
Food Contact Regulation is a set of rules within the EU which exists to make sure those materials that come into contact with food will not emit dangerous substances or in any other way effect the food. To ensure this, so-called Food Contact Tests are performed. A product that has undergone and passed these tests is therefore safe to use in connection with food.