Our Favorite Swedish Dishcloth 10-Pack Is Only $12.31 Shipped on Amazon (Regularly $25)

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The dishcloth that’s making paper towels jealous… 

If you haven’t caught wind of the revolutionary Swedish dishcloth, you’re doing every surface in your home a disservice. I get a little excited about products that help me keep my kitchen sparkling clean, and these certainly don’t disappoint! In addition, these would actually make a fantastic and practical gift idea that I guarantee your loved one will actually use.

Even better, they are currently on sale over on Amazon!

hand holding a pack of swedish dishcloths

Swedish Dishcloth 10-Pack as low as $18.95 (regularly $24.99)
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Final cost $12.31 shipped (5%) or $11.36 shipped (10%)!

So what’s all the buzz about?! Keep scrolling to see why we love these Swedish dishcloths! 

These nifty cleaner-uppers hit the mark on durability, absorbency, and versatility. Plus, they’re long-lasting and quite affordable! Follow along to find out why I now love Swedish Dishcloths more than my sponge!

woman holding rainbow colors of swedish dishcloths

“I have been using my Swedish dishcloths for a few months now and love that they eliminate the need for paper towels when it comes to basic kitchen cleanups on a daily basis, and they don’t stink either! It’s like using a cloth and sponge combined, as they are incredibly sturdy and absorbent!

I use them to wash dishes and to keep my kitchen counters and appliances nice and clean. Being a food blogger, I am constantly cleaning up and these are such a handy tool to have!”


Here are all the reasons we love Swedish dishcloths –

swedish dishcloths in a napkin holder on counter

1. Swedish dishcloths are eco-friendly and replace paper towels.

Unlike paper towels and napkins that we throw away on a daily basis, Swedish dishcloths are eco-friendly. They can be washed and used hundreds of times. Can you imagine how much money they’ll save you on purchasing paper products?!

Speaking of saving money, be sure to read this post on 10 things to STOP buying now to save $35K over 10 years!


using a swedish dishcloth by the sink

2. Because of their composition, Swedish dishcloths are biodegradable.

Since they’re made of cotton and cellulose, they can be composted once they’re past their lifespan. I don’t know about you, but I’m all for reducing paper waste wherever I can.  🙌


A hand placing a cloth in the washing machine

3. These thin, sponge-like sheets are hygienic and oh so easy to clean.

Swedish dishcloths are super easy to clean by hand, but you can also throw them in the washing machine or dishwasher. They dry lightning-fast and don’t get gross with bacteria buildup like a lot of sponges do over time.

“Wonderful. The best dishcloths I’ve ever had. They last forever, never have a bad odor, and are simple to clean.” -Amazon reviewer


cleaning stainless steel range with swedish dishcloth

4. These multitasking Swedish dishcloths can clean up practically anything.

Spilled milk, crumbs, pollen, sticky maple syrup… there’s not much that these magical towels can’t clean up. Do you know those paper towel commercials that promise maximum absorbency and end up disappointing? These things are heavy-duty and actually get the job done!

I will say that while I’m now using these towels instead of a sponge, I still use a scrub brush to handwash things like casserole dishes that require a bit of extra cleaning power.

“I love these Swedish cloths!! My daughter introduced me to them. They are awesome! They are so absorbent and dry fast. I may never use another dishcloth.” – Amazon reviewer


Hand using a Swedish Dishcloth to clean up a toothpaste mess in the bathroom

5. Swedish dishcloths are versatile and can be used on so many surfaces.

Messy bathroom? Dirty walls? Swedish dishcloths to the rescue! I keep a couple in my bathrooms because heaven knows, my kids will never stop making toothpaste messes on the counter.

using swedish dishcloth to clean stainless steel

Their material also makes them great for cleaning glass or stainless steel and leaving no streaks behind.


cleaning with colorful Swedish dishcloths

6. You can find these cleaning cloths in a medley of different colors!

If you care about the aesthetics of your cleaning products, you’ll be pleased to know that Swedish Dishcloths come in a variety of colors and designs.

I chose a multi-colored pack to add a vibrant pop to my kitchen and bathrooms, but check out some of these other color options!

“These cloths are so cool! They’re stiff when dry but then become totally pliable when wet making them act just like a paper towel, yet they’re reusable. They save so much in the long run on disposable paper towel costs, too.” – Emily at Hip2Save


holding package of Swedish dishcloths

7. Swedish dishcloths make great gifts.

In my younger years, things like clothing and beauty products were all I wanted to be gifted. Now, I want anything that simplifies my life and brings more order to my home.

I bet you a spilled cup of grape juice that your mom, neighbor, and friends will love the gift of spotless counters via the Swedish dishcloth. Use them as a stocking stuffer during the holidays, a housewarming gift, or add them to a gift basket for a present that keeps on giving. 🎁


Solid colored Swedish Dishcloths sitting in a bowl next to the kitchen sink

8. These sponges are worth their weight in gold.

Calling all penny pinchers! Swedish dishcloths are surprisingly affordable – you can get a 10-pack that’ll last a year or longer for as low as $10.42 shipped. On the other hand, you can get a pack of sponges that lasts 1-2 months for about $7.


note from swedish dishcloth owner

9. Swedish Wholesale has the sweetest customer service.

My Swedish dishcloths arrived on time and with the sweetest thank you note from the business owner, which made this purchase even more special! I sure love being able to support small businesses.


A hand holding a note card with the benefits of swedish dishcloths

If you’re ready to hop on the Swedish dishcloth bandwagon with me, head on over to Amazon and add them to your shopping cart! In a short matter of time, you’ll be looking for things to dust, scrub, and wipe up with these magical towels. 😍


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Lina has a Bachelor's Degree from Northern Arizona University with 10 years of blogging and photography experience having work featured in Today.com, Martha Stewart, Country Living, Fox News, Buzzfeed, and HGTV.


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Comments 138

  1. flmom2

    I ordered them after reading a post on here. BTW I love reading the reviews. I am super super happy with them. How did I ever live without them??????? Everyone is getting some for Xmas! Thank you so much!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome! Happy to hear how much you have been loving them!

  2. Gian

    How often do u change them or they are reusable up to when?

    • Nel

      They are foam squares, reusable just a sponge. You can clean them every day in your dishwasher or washer and they last for a very long time. I clean mine in dishwasher on daily basis. It’s a part of my routine, this way they don’t smell.

  3. saver

    Emily is so hot, love her fashion and tattoos.

  4. Chrissy Goff

    I grew up with these in Germany and loved them. My mother used to mail them to me but now I can get them here. Yippee.

  5. samfs

    Target one’s looks more thicker and I have been using it from so many months and they’re super durable👌

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for sharing!

  6. Iryna

    I used to use them (they were called kitchen rags) in Europe and you could buy them anywhere. We do not use paper towels at home here, just kitchen towels that we launder often. Thank you for the chance

  7. Maggie

    Whole Foods & Amazon sells a brand of these sponge cloths called “If You Care.” They’re made in the same factory in Germany as the Swedish sponge cloths, apparently. They’re $5.49 for a 5-pack with Prime, and a little less at Whole Foods — if anyone wants to try them to see if you like this kind of product, it might be better to try this smaller pack of them.

    • Cmascio2002

      I am totally going to my Whole Foods tomorrow for this.
      Thank you so much for sharing.

  8. Sharon A.

    I’m German and I’ve been looking for this in every store since living in New Jersey. This Swedish clothes is very common in Germany and even our store provide a whole aisle of cleaning products.

  9. Betsy

    I bought these on your recommendation and don’t like them at all.
    I bought Williams Sonama’s un-paper towels and they are wonderful!
    These are hard and don’t absorb or wash well. Not at all worth the hype in my opinion.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh bummer! SO sorry you didn’t care for them, Betsy. Thanks for the honest review.

    • Cmascio2002

      I’m addicted to Williams and Sonoma so this is a great comment. Thank you so much for sharing.

  10. Court!

    I found a two pack at my local Kroger for about $3…. a different brand but still Swedish cloths. A good deal if you just want to try them out before buying a big pack…

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks for sharing your find with us!

  11. Kristi

    I purchased these last time this was posted. I love them! I choose them every time over my regular dish cloths. Highly recommend them!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Yay! Thanks so much for the recommendation! Glad to hear you have been loving them!

  12. Heather

    FYI Trader Joe’s carries similar ones that are only a few bucks for a 3 pack and I love them! They wash up great when you run them through the dishwasher too :0)

    • Stacy F (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing, Heather!

    • Cmascio2002

      Really? So cool!
      Thank you so much for sharing.

  13. Jennifer DuPont

    I’ve had mine for about 5-6 months and I feel like I need to replace them. Stains aren’t coming out and they’re looking ratty.

    • Kim

      Same. They stain very easily, they get smelly, and I hate how much water I have to use to get them to soften enough to wipe something down.

  14. Cyndie

    Bought 2. I LOVE these things!!

  15. Suzanne H

    I am clearly in the minority here. I REALLY wanted to love these (and stop buying paper towels) but they are far too small to clean up any significant spill or mess. I end up using at least 3-4 at a time and then have to wait for my wash cycle (1 do laundry once per week) so I have nothing to use in the meantime. I might try them again if I can find them 2-3x bigger than these. Or I guess I could buy a dozen or so more so I can have a ton of them lying around but then storage becomes tedious. I also agree with a previous poster about having to use a ton of water to soften them up when you want to clean (vs. wiping up a wet spill).

  16. Celina

    I love these, but they seriously need to make hand towels. Not for hands, but for the spills little kids make. 😂 These are just too small and I need like 2-3 each time. Just saying… They need

  17. Patricia Lavenz

    I love these. My mother had them when I was growing up in the 70s and 80s. I have been using them for decades. I used to bring them back in my suitcase (not this brand but the same item).

  18. scombro01

    Ordered! This was my third time ordering I love to give these as gifts because we love our so much. Thank you!

  19. Chris Woods

    Remember the kind Trader Joe’s used to sell? They were awesome until they made them different & they don’t work as well. I’ll try these.

  20. Jill

    My mom loves to crochet. So she makes rectangular ones like these. They last forever. I just throw them in the wash. She makes scrubby‘s to.

    • Cmascio2002

      Holy cow! Wish I had a family member that was that crafty! Love to hear mother daughter comments.

      • Jill

        Thanks 🥰🥰

  21. ShopHopper

    Love these sponge cleaning cloths. They clean well, soak up loads of spills and messes quickly, and are easy to rinse out. What makes them better than dishcloths is their absorbency and ability to dry quickly. I clean mine in the dishwasher or steep in a hydrogen peroxide solution regularly They last for ages. Love them – can’t recommend them enough.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Thank you! You gave a really detailed review! Sure appreciate it, ShopHopper!

  22. Mama6

    Thank you for this! I have been wanting to give them a try 🙂 I just ordered. Super easy and applied all discounts.

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      Let us know what you think after you try them, Mama6!

  23. Jill

    I was just at TJMAXX yesterday and bought a 20 pack for 6.99!!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh wow! GREAT score, Jill! Thanks for sharing your find!

  24. Michelle

    I really do like these except they STAIN super easy and the wash does not get it out. I only use them in the kitchen but still they have stains and look nasty even after a good wash. So sad.

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