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Organic Cotton Soap Bag  - Ninth & Pine
Organic Cotton Soap Bag  - Ninth & Pine
Organic Cotton Soap Bag  - Ninth & Pine
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Organic Cotton Soap Saver Bag

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Now you can scrub up with your soap tucked into a GOTS certified, 100% organic cotton, open-weave soap bag with drawstring closure. One side is an open mesh. The reverse side is a denser weave, soft like a washcloth.

This EcoBags brand soap bag is large enough to hold most bar soaps, and the weave is small enough that you can collect all those end pieces of your favorite soaps and enjoy them 'til their very end. 

Get rid of plastic loofas once and for all with this organic cotton soap saver bag with a washcloth side. We suggest two to rotate between washings. 


DETAILS

  • Soap Bag
  • GOTS certified 100% organic cotton
  • 4" l x 4.3" h
  • One side open mesh
  • One side a dense washcloth-like weave
  • natural color
  • Made in India
  • Fair Trade certified
  • Zero Waste
  • 100% Biodegradable 

 

PACKAGE FREE

SHIPS FROM Washington State, Pacific NW, U.S.A.

 

CARE 

Hang your soap pouch in the shower to dry after each use. Wash cotton bags weekly, or more often if used frequently, wash in the washing machine to sanitize. Recommend air drying to prolong life. Replace as needed.

 

WHY ORGANIC COTTON IS BETTER THAN NON-ORGANIC COTTON

Certified Organic Cotton consumes very little water compared to conventional cotton. Being certified organic also means that no harmful inorganic pesticides and fertilizers were used meaning there is little to no water pollution, so you conserve water AND keep ground and above ground water safer every time you choose organic.

Conventional cotton, on the other hand, requires a huge amount of fertilizers, water and pesticides, resulting in water pollution, harm to good insects as well as bad, too much nitrogen in the water and possible residue on the clothes you wear or the items you use from it. 

So definitely, when purchasing anything made from cotton, go organic