RVing Tip of the Day: Skoy Cloths

This is a little something that former RVer Lisa Pucell told me about. Now, I’m telling you, because every RVer needs Skoy Cloths in their rig.

skoy kitchen clothWhen you live in a RV, regular kitchen wash cloths take forever to dry out. If you’re somewhere like the damp Pacific Northwest or humid Southern states, they’ll get stinky and mildew after just a day or two. And forget those bacteria-factories known as sponges, they’re just as gross.

Skoy Cloths, however are different. These fabulous little eco-friendly clean up towels are super absorbent and meant to replace any paper towels, rags or sponges around the house. They’re so good that

Using a Skoy Cloth is equivalent to using 15 rolls of paper towels in an average home.

These mighty little towels dry within minutes, even in the dampest climates.

This means that bacteria has no time to grow on them. If you suspect they’re getting icky, stick ’em in the microwave. And when they get really dirty, you can throw them in the wash. They’ll last several months until you need to toss them. And when you do, you won’t clog up landfills either.

Skoy Cloths are 100% biodegradable because it is made from a natural cotton and wood-based cellulose pulp.  SKOY cloth is a chlorine-free product using water-based colors and inks.  After an independent composting test, SKOY cloth broke down completely within 5 weeks.”

I use Skoy Cloths in the kitchen and bathroom, and can’t imagine life without them now. I also feel great about buying this product from a small, woman-owned business. Skoy Cloths are simply awesome.

7 thoughts on “RVing Tip of the Day: Skoy Cloths”

  1. I almost choked on my vegi burger when I read “…Johnny who?”. Maybe I don’t have your East L.A. pedigree with weekends at the symphony and debutante balls little missy, and maybe I haven’t spent as much time in trailer parks either, but to ask “Johnny who” – well that now just gets it!

    Johnny Winter is one of America’s premier blues men. During the sixties he was one of this country’s best paid blues recording artists. Today he’s noted for not just batting his blues songs out of the park at each every show, but for also having most of his natural teeth.

    Oh, and why a vegi burger? I wanted to know how the other half starves, but truth be told, not bad and doesn’t seem to weigh me down.

    “Johnny who”? Man oh man, it pains me to even think that my good friend Rene is oblivious to this country’s indigenous if not classical music – maybe too much time with your Hollywood friends during that rarefied youth?

    Whose Johnny Winter? I could almost spit like a snake!

    Enrico strikes back…

  2. It was only a matter time before Agreda and Co. began shilling for the man, the small man that is, I offer as the first article of evidence “Skoy Cloths”! A clever anagram for GOOGLE SHAMELESSLY ADVERTISES HERE (but without the G, W, E, H, R, S and so on, oh, and of course Y, which can sometimes be used as a vowel). So that’s your game is it? Well I want in, this is a pyramid thing isn’t it? Am I on the wrong blog?

    Hey, greetings from Newport Beach you two! I’ll be sure and pick up a bundle or two of them Skoy Cloths as our band is opening for Johnny Winter in three weeks in San Juan Capistrano and based on what I’ve heard about his fans, they’ll need these as many are gap-toothed and liquor swilling, that means party puddles everywhere. “Hey you with the 38 Special T-shirt, wipe yer jowl with this here Skoy Cloth before someone slips on your beer sodden spittle.”

    What if you threw a pallet of these into the Colorado?

    Rene, ever thought about designing Skoy Cloth bathing suits?

    Enrico strikes again…


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