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If you aren’t a regular follower of my blog, you may not be aware that I am the QUEEN of reusable products. I love being able to wash and reuse items. We use a lot of items like cloth napkins, unpaper towels and more in our house, but dish cloths has been a HARD one to DIY. Mostly because I haven’t been able to replicate a good texture to scrub with… it was always soft fabric. It works okay, but I still end up using sponges for scrubbing, even though they’re sort of gross.
So I was really excited to see a new product, the Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth. It is reusable and washable, but also has scrubbing dots to make washing a bit easier for tough-to-clean dishes. This is just a game changer. No more icky sponges. These dish cloths can get tossed in the wet bag with all of my other cloth products for washing and reuse.
My only problem? I needed a pretty storage solution for my dish cloths so they were easily accessible. And (swoon) I can’t wait to show you what I came up with… best part? It’s essentially a 10 minute project, not including painting.
- Scrap wood
- Glue (something heavy duty)
- Clips: I find these at the craft store.
- Double sided stick-on hangers for the back (Command Strips would do the trick)
- Optional: Silhouette Machine, free printable from DIYDanielle.com, and transfer paper
- Scotch-Brite® Scrubbing Dish Cloth
Make sure to measure the spacing out so they’re even. Let dry.
Do you use dish rags? Do you hand wash your dishes?
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