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  • Caring for your Skoy Cloth & Scrub

    Caring for your Skoy Cloth & Scrub

    Skoy Cloth

    The Skoy Cloth is an innovative cloth that replaces your paper towels, sponges, rags, dishcloths and more. Simply wet cloth before use, squeeze out the excess water, and it is ready to mop up any spill!

    Made completely of 100% plant based cellulose, chlorine free, unbleached and non-GMO. It is fully compostable at the end of life.

    Dries really fast, which minimizes the growth of bacteria which causes odours.

    To clean:

    • You can soak in some hot water, vinegar and baking soda. Then put in washing machine.
    • Can be sterilized in boiling water for a few minutes.

     

    Skoy Scrub

    The Skoy Scrub is non abrasive, and is made of cotton and a non-toxic food grade hardener. Far outlasts traditional scrubbers, you can use it on your fruits, veggies, or any surface that could use a good clean.

    Since the Skoy Scrub is non abrasive, you can safely use it to clean non-stick pans and cookware, ceramic stovetops and glass.

    To clean:

    • Can be cleaned in the dishwasher, top rack.
    • Can be sterilized in boiling water for a few minutes.
  • Caring for your Stasher Silicone Bag

    Caring for your Stasher Silicone Bag
    Stasher bags are made with 100% pure platinum silicone, so they are safe to use in the freezer, dishwasher, oven, microwave and boiling water.
    Stasher bags are safe to use in temperatures up to 200°C. 
    Here's some quick tips on caring for your Stasher.
    There are no toxic sealants used, so your Stasher bag may stain depending on the type of food you put inside. Fear not! Stains can be removed by:
    • Applying a baking soda paste mixed with vinegar or water. Let it sit for 20-30 minutes, then rinse and wash as normal.
    • Let your Stasher hang out in the sun!
    When cleaning your Stashers:
    • Do not turn your Stasher bags inside out, this can compromise the sealed edges.
    • Dishwasher safe.
    • Use a small brush to clean the corners if needed.
    You can find detailed care instructions for Stasher bags on the official Stasher website here: