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linen

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A handmade crochet linen soap bag. Beautifully crafted by a small community of crocheters in Latvia, and made with readily biodegradable and unbleached linen. It will allow your soap to hang in your shower or bathroom to dry while offering light exfoliation.

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Description

If you’ve ever wondered how you can store your soap in the shower, linen is for you. No more melting soap or sticky surfaces, the linen soap bag keeps your soap dry by enabling it to drain in between uses. You use the soap while it’s inside the linen bag, so it also offers a light exfoliating effect without the harshness of the commonly available sisal or jute soap bags.

Linen is handmade by a small community of crocheters in Latvia from readily biodegradable and unbleached linen. While it will last for a long time (at least 6 months) the soap bag is made from natural fibers so it will eventually wear out. When it does, you can put it in your green waste and it will biodegrade along with your kitchen scraps.

We personally use linen for our soaps at home and we couldn’t imagine having soap bars in the shower without it. It makes the switch to solid bars much easier and we would recommend giving it a try.

It perfectly fits any nul soap bar; it’s not too small or too big.

How to use

Place any nul soap in the bag and pull the drawstring tight. Use your soap as usual while it’s inside the bag, no need to take it out. Store out of direct contact with water (we hang it on a hook).


Features

  • Natural
  • Vegan
  • Plastic-free compostable packaging
  • Environmentally-friendly
  • Biodegradable

Product materials

100% natural linen fibers with a small clay bead. Ethically handmade in Latvia.

Additional information

Weight 10 g
Dimensions 8 × 6 × 0.5 cm

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