Agave Cloth with Handmade Soap
Soft but strong, the Agave natural fibre wash cloth has been used for hundreds of years as an effective multi-purpose cloth. Who needs a plastic cloth from the supermarket? Made from the Agave cactus plant in Mexico this cloth is natural and compostable, and yet is strong and durable to use.
- Botanically based
- Quick Drying
- Mould resistant
- Orange Spice handmade soap included
- Multi purpose
- No plastic wrapping
- No Parabens or Lauryl Sulphates
- Never tested on animals
This cream coloured cloth will look stylish and clean in your bathroom and the soap within will make your bathroom naturally fragrant. I have a collection in a small bowl on my bathroom bench and they look and smell so good.
These cloths can be used in many ways;
- To gently exfoliate your skin
- As a scrubby to remove mould and grime from your bathroom surfaces
- Washing Vegetables
- Washing the dishes.
Thurlby Herb Farm
The Agave within this cloth is sourced from Mexico and gives the women who harvest, process and weave this cloth fairly paid work. The Fair Trader sources this product through Thurlby Herb farm in WA, Australia.
The Thurlby Farm is tucked away not far from Walpole in the southern forests of Western Australia – 420 km south of Perth and 120km west of Albany. The essential oils and herbs used in their products are sourced from the Thurlby garden or imported from ethical herb and spice cooperatives around the world. Botanicals are collected from the garden, then dried and mixed in different aromatic blends to be used in their products which are handmade at the Farm. Thurlby products contain no synthetic additives, parabens or lauryl sulphates, and they are not tested on animals. Their product packaging is predominantly made from recycled cotton paper that is handmade in Bangladesh by a Fair Trade women's co-op. This cotton is a by-product from the clothing industry.