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Featuring the antibacterial properties of Binchotan charcoal, which is charred Japanese oak, this dishcloth boasts high absorbency and durability. A multipurpose cloth it can be used for either cleaning kitchen surfaces, washing dishes or even as a handkerchief. Long-lasting, highly absorbent and quick drying, this cloth is soft yet tough enough to hold up to daily use. The more you use it, the better it gets. It becomes softer with each use – great for people with sensitive skin!

Binchotan charcoal is made from oak branches that are fired in ceramic kilns at very high temperatures. In modern Japan, Binchotan is used as a natural way to purify and cleanse.

This dishcloth is made from high-quality fine mesh cloth with Binchotan charcoal woven into the fabric. The perfect mix of cotton and viscose makes this cloth highly durable and soft. The cloth becomes softer and more supple with each use.

Made with a few layers of fabric woven together to increase absorbency, the dishcloth is stiff when first unpacked. Natural sweet potato starch from Kagoshima prefecture in Japan is used to help preserve the shape. Wash thoroughly in warm water by hand before the first use to remove the starch. Soak in hot water at 40 degrees to let the starch soften, then rinse until the water runs clean.

About the maker

Nawrap has been manufacturing mosquito nets in Nara Prefecture, Japan, since the 1930s. Looking for a way to utilize the scraps, the grandmother of the current president, Mr. Kinji Kakitani, started to make dishcloths for her own use. The company quickly adopted the product, and the production was commercialized in 1965. Nawrap has since expanded into a variety of mosquito net fabric products by making use of the textile techniques and traditions that have been passed down.


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