Kaya Kiji Dishcloths have an intriguing background. Their outer layers of gauze are made in Nara, Japan’s hub of linen and cotton netting production, and are of the same fabric as traditional mosquito nets. The texture, which becomes soft with moisture, is ideal for mopping up small spills and wiping surfaces, made extra absorbent with inner layers of natural-fibre rayon — a great alternative to paper towels. Easy to wash and quick to dry, a total of seven layers of fabric are sewn together for each cloth.
We believe utensils need not be drab, and the dainty blue or pink vegetable patterns of these Kaya Kiji Dishcloths can bring a little extra colour to the kitchen. To see other dishcloth designs, take a look at the Kaya Kiji lineup and our Musubi organic cotton Vegetable and Herb muslin cloths.
Outer layer cotton, inner layer rayon Width 30 cm x Length 30 cm Made in Japan