Reusable and washable zero waste fabric bowl covers SET OF 3!
The bundle has a paper wrap around the 3 units pack.
-Small: Fits most standard sized dinner bowls up to 20 cm (7.87 inches) diameter.
-Medium: Fits most standard medium sized bowls up to 23 cm (9.05 inches) diameter.
-Large: Fits most larger mixing bowls up to 27 cm (10.62 inches) diameter.
3 units set includes 1 small, 1 medium and 1 large cover.
Cotton, elastic band. Water resistant.
These items are made from scraps of fabrics, that are collected from apparel factories, after the cutting and trimming process. All the work is done by hands.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS: When these covers get soiled, often they can just be wiped out with a damp cloth. Machine wash cold with similar colours, tumble dry on low heat or air dry. These are not to be used in the microwave.
Our handmade collection of sustainable creations helps you embody the zero waste philosophy in your kitchen, bathroom, and every room of your home. With fabrics that are as natural as possible including cotton and linen, we strive to create items that simplify your life while working to leave our world a better place.
SUSTAINABLE SHOPPING is your chance to support what is important to you and to our Earth.
Zero waste is a set of principles focused on waste prevention that encourages the redesign of resource life cycles so that all products are reused. The goal is for no trash to be sent to landfills, incinerators or the ocean. Currently, only 9% of plastic is actually recycled. In a zero waste system, material will be reused until the optimum level of consumption.
Our planet has always followed zero waste principles. For thousands of years, up until the industrial era, waste was not a developed concept because most discarded material from civilisations were used as inputs for other processes, retaining their value in a circular way, just like nature does. But what nature has done through evolution, humankind needs to do by design today .
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown, on one hand, how vulnerable we are as a species; but, on the other hand, how we can fight common threats when we work together. Yet, the most important lesson from this crisis is that, in order to prevent new pandemics, we need to stop the environmental destruction that breeds them.
We are concerned that resorting to disposable items to fight the pandemic only reinforces its root causes. As such, we promote reusable solutions that work in the short- and in the long-term.