The Kaya Dishcloths are commonly used to wipe tables and bench tops in Japanese homes. These dishcloths are made with traditional weaving techniques in Nara, Japan. Their textured surface allows for better cleaning while damp. They are breathable, water absorbent and quick drying. The dishcloths consist of 8 layers of material, and are available in a large selection of colors.
8 layers of material
Made in Japan
Rayon is one type of natural tissue fabric, made by mixing cotton and wood pulps. This material features an outstandingly high efficiency in water absorption and breathability, and it is also known as one of the most effective tissue type to be infused with active charcoal.
Product Key Features:
Instructions for washing:
- Great capacity of water absorption
- Become extremely soft after washing/removal of coating
- Anti-bacterial and anti bad smell for Binchotan and Persimmon versions
- Much more long-lasting, Nawrap towels are much stronger than normal one layer weaved towel
- Great breathability, thus much quicker to dry
- Washing machine safe, with a recommended washing temperature 40 degrees and below, but allows up to 60 degrees maximum
- After washing, please allow the towel to dry naturally, dryer is not recommended
- After drying, please iron the towel to make it softer before usage