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Casa Verde: Mabu's Multi-Tasking Multi Cloth

Casa Verde: Mabu's Multi-Tasking Multi Cloth

Last week I got very excited about the Twist Euro Cloth, an eco-friendly alternative to paper towels. Now, thanks to user Tdamji's recent blog post, I'm obsessed with getting my hands on the similar but even cooler-sounding Mabu Multi Cloth.

Made from natural wood, this versatile little number can be used to wash dirty dishes, dry clean ones, dust furniture, wipe off counters, and perform an astounding number of other tasks. Made from an open weave that lets dirt, grime, and germs rinse right out, the cloth is both bacteria- and stain-resistant.

Apparently, they last forever, so $2.95 per cloth seems like a serious bargain; you can buy them online at Amazon. If you've tried this, let me know what you think.

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krking krking 8 years
they do work great and don't get that funky, musty smell that sponges acquire over time. DwellSmart carries Mabu in singles or 3-packs (www.dwellsmart.com)
Ejmcmis Ejmcmis 9 years
very interesting sounding... sounds like sothing i could definatly get behind ... totally
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
cool. :D thanks for this Casa! I, of course completely endorse these cloths! i am here in New Zealand this year and brought along a mabu cloth in my luggage and have been using the same 1 all year for my dishes and counters - not a single hole yet! :) i have a ton of them at home - maybe 6?! i'd recommend just hand washing and air-drying. they dry really quickly.
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
cool. :D thanks for this Casa! I, of course completely endorse these cloths! i am here in New Zealand this year and brought along a mabu cloth in my luggage and have been using the same 1 all year for my dishes and counters - not a single hole yet! :) i have a ton of them at home - maybe 6?! i'd recommend just hand washing and air-drying. they dry really quickly.
Adrianne Adrianne 9 years
Cool! I'd try this!
sgdish sgdish 9 years
Great idea. I'd like to try these!
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