Skoy Cloth finally crosses the border and lands on the shelves at London DrugsPosted on Nov 7, 2011 in Press Release
Encinitas, CA – November 2011
Skoy Cloth which has garnered a lot of praise in the USA has finally made it to Canada and onto the shelves of London Drugs.
The Skoy Cloth which has been featured in Oprah’s “O” magazine, Star, Woman’s Day, Readers Digest, Cooks Illustrated and many more, has been finding its way into the hearts and the homes of the Eco conscious consumer.
Karen Petersen, owner at Skoy Enterprises said “At last the Canadian consumer are able to pick up this cloth at London Drugs. The Canadians are smart and eco savvy so we know that this is the right cloth for them.”
The cloths are 100% biodegradable, chlorine free, machine washable and can last for weeks if not months depending on use. Skoy Cloths come in a variety of colors and designs using water-based inks and dyes. When these reusable cloths reach the end of their lives, they can be composted for a no waste solution. One Skoy can replace 15 rolls of paper towel. Each year 2.5 million tons of paper towels are being used and cluttering Americas landfills. The cloth can absorb 15 times its own weight and owe their absorbency and durability to a combination of natural cotton and wood-pulp cellulose. They are most effective for use on hard surfaces; they do double duty by absorbing liquids as well as washing and streak free cleaning. Skoy cloth can be used in place of paper towels, synthetic sponges, rags , wash cloths etc. and can be used in the kitchen, bathroom, boat, RV and office . Other uses can include cleaning up pet messes, dusting, golf club cleaning, auto cleaning, camping and more.
The Skoy cloths are packaged in an eye-catching recycled cardboard band, and have a suggested retail price of $6.99. Skoy Cloth is now available at all of the London Drugs locations.