Merry Christmas to all of you who celebrate this holiday, and happy December 25th to those who don’t. In keeping with the spirit of giving, I asked Skoy if they would send me some cloths to give away to Fake Plastic Fish readers, and they were nice enough to send me five packages.
I reviewed Skoy cloths back in October. Please check out that post for the details. I loved them then, and I love them even more now. The Skoy cloth I started using months ago is still in great shape. It rinses out easily, dries fast, and never smells bad. And of course, it will be 100% compostable at the end of its life (if that day ever comes.)
Also, as I mentioned in my previous post, the packaging is plastic-free. And this current batch has even less packaging. See the photo. Each pack of four cloths is tied together with raffia and includes a small cardboard instruction card.
Why am I pushing these cloths? Because it’s rare that I find a product I like so much and that can replace so many other less environmentally-sound options: synthetic sponges, synthetic micro-fiber cloths, paper towels, etc. I like them so much, in fact, that I bought 10 packs to give as gifts to each of my co-workers.
So, if you’d like a free 4-pack of Skoy cloths to try out, please leave a comment here describing one plastic-free change you plan to make in the coming year. I’ll choose the winners at random some time before January 1.