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White Magic Eco Cloth Kitchen

White Magic Eco Cloth Kitchen

WHITE MAGIC

Regular price $10.95 AUD
Regular price Sale price $10.95 AUD
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The White Magic Eco Cloth Kitchen is an innovative cloth allows you to clean with just water, eliminating the need for harmful chemicals and reducing your environmental impact. Made with Charcoal Yarn, it inhibits bacteria growth and reduces odors, ensuring a hygienic cleaning experience. It's perfect for wiping down your kitchen surfaces and keeping your setup spick-and-span.

  • Weight: 130 grams
  • Length: 32cm
  • Width: 32cm
  • Long lasting
  • Machine washable
  • Tested by Silliker Australia, this cloth has been proven to pick up 99.9% of bacteria

 

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