Organic cotton tea towels in 5 colours
Stack of organic cotton tea towels
Organic cotton tea towel in olive green
Organic cotton tea towel in desert sand
Organic cotton tea towel in plum red
Organic cotton tea towel in light peach
Organic cotton tea towel in grey
Vida Eco Shop

Organic Tea Towels - various colours

Regular price £6.99 £0.00
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Did you know that most tea towels are made from polyester , a petroleum-based fibre, that releases hundreds of thousands of micro-plastic fibres into the water every time they're washed.

 

These Organic Cotton Dish Towels from Zero Waste Club are the perfect  solution as they are 100% natural, biodegradable and recyclable. Because they are organic, it means that no dangerous fertilisers are used farming the cotton. The fertilisers used in non-organic cotton farming pose a huge threat to human health and natural ecosystems.

 

These towels are great for drying hands, drying dishes or cleaning. They are also super soft and high quality so great for everyday use. 

 

Best Bits:

  • Made from 100% organic cotton
  • Strong, durable and very absorbent
  • Versatile - perfect for drying dishes, hands or for cleaning
  • Machine washable and can be tumble dried
  • 100% recycled Kraft paper sleeve
  • Made ethically and sustainably

 

Choice of five colours. Sold individually.

Dimensions: approx 40cm x 40cm

Please note, we recommend avoiding fabric softener as it will affect the drying properties of the organic cotton

 

Message from the maker:

My name is Sitrarasan. I am 37 years old and have been working in the factory for 8 years. I have found my speciality in flat seam tailoring which provides me with good, satisfying work. I live nearby the factory with my family. The materials used for your brand is totally different from other fast fashion brands we manufacture for. Especially the sewing yarn where we mostly use polyester yarn, when the management told me to use cotton sewing yarn I can remember the old days when I migrated to the city 14 years ago, where only cotton sewing yarn was used and slowly polyester yarn dominated the market due to its cheaper price, It's good the old nature friendly cotton yarn is coming back.

 

Charity/Ethics:

Zero Waste Club ensure their workers have excellent working conditions and are paid way above the minimum wage. 

They are also certified BSCI (The Business Social Compliance Initiative).


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