So this afternoon, I found myself staring at my laptop wondering if I had something that needed to be written and I realized that there was none. I had no urgent deadlines and I could just sit back and relax. I was ecstatic.
As I was about to do just that and watch my Kdrama, I happened to see a bunch of cloth coasters that my Mom made. We've been using cloth coasters for over 10 years now and I never really gave it much thought until recently when I saw a couple of establishments using cloth coasters as well.
Then an idea popped into my head and this baby was born.
House of Cloth are cloth coasters hand made by my Mom. She personally picks out the cloth, cuts, and then has it sown. Now you're probably thinking, WHY SHOULD I GET ONE?
If you're into one of those people who want to do their part in saving the earth, cloth coasters is one small way to do that. Instead of buying coasters again and again, most of which are made of plastic, House of Cloth coasters is made from retaso.
Since House of Cloth coasters are made of clothing, it absorbs water and then it dries up. If it gets dirty, you just wash it then hang it to dry. Afterwards, you can use it again.
Since House of Cloth is made of good material, it doesn't easily wear out even after years of washing. Our cloth coasters have lasted for YEARS.
One piece of cloth coaster costs only Php50. If you buy 4, that's a set for only Php200. You can gift someone a dozen of this and it will cost you less than a thousand. Quality but it won't break the bank.
If you buy by the bulk meaning at least 100 pieces, we can definitely give you a discount.
You already use an ecobag, bring a tumbler with you, or have a steel straw. Why not go the extra mile and use cloth coasters instead? They look cute and yet they are very useful.
To order, go to our Facebook Page, like and send us a message.