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Skoy Cloth Review

Thank you Skoy Cloth for sending me products for free in exchange for an honest review.  I was not paid for this review and all opinions expressed are 100% my own. 

The items I had for review included the scrub, towel, and reusable cloth.  

About Skoy:
Skoy Enterprises LLC is a woman-owned business located in Encinitas, California. Skoy opened its doors in 2007 with the launch of the Skoy Cloth. It was founded by the two current owners: Michelle Lundqvist and Karen Petersen. Skoy Enterprises offers a product line for the kitchen that is innovative and unique. We found our niche by introducing products which are tried and tested that replace outdated solutions in the kitchen. We currently carry the Skoy Cloth, Skoy Scrub, Skoy Towel and Skoy Holder. We are proud that all our products are packaged in the USA using The Arc of San Diego – an organization that employs people with disabilities.

My Review:
What a neat organization!  I love that it was created by women and that they employ people with disabilities!   What a great business model! 

So with the three products, I was able to review I am really enjoying the scrub cloth.   It is super easy to clean with and it's nice to be able to wash it and reuse it.  It has already outlasted the typical sponge I normally would have used.  Good-bye icky sponge and hello to this awesome new product!

The Skoy is made in Europe from cotton and food grade non-toxic hardener outlasts traditional scrubbers which will help you save money! It is made without chemicals which is another reason why this company is rocking my world! I am also loving the fun colors and designs on these!  It's amazing how much fun cleaning can become when you have fun colors and designs.  I can't be the only crazy one who is enjoying the fun colors and patterns?  The next favorite would be the Skoy towel.  It is super soft and when you use it there aren't any streaks on your items.  It is the softest towel ever and even after a couple washes it is still incredibly soft!  

The third item was the cloth.   They are great for washing dishes and they are washable.  My only negative remark is after washing these they look all funny and dried out and wrinkled but once they get wet again they are great to use.  It really only makes storing them in the drawer kinda difficult as they stick up all goofy.  

Time to go and order your own or look if there is a retailer near you!   Check out their online store:  I'm sure you are going to love using these products all over your house!  Also, be sure to check out all the other cute colors and designs to chose from. 

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