Met Opera Red Roses Sponge Cloth

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Met Opera Red Roses Sponge Cloth

Elevate the job of cleaning up spills with this exclusive design based on a Metropolitan Opera program from the early 1900s and the rose motif found in the Met’s new production of Kevin Puts’s The Hours.

This biodegradable sponge cloth will replace your conventional kitchen sponge and paper towels for a bright, eco-friendly way to wipe up messes. Each sponge cloth can be rewashed (in the laundry, dish washer, or by hand), and reused for up to 3-6 months, replacing up to 15 rolls of paper towels. And when it’s time to retire it, it’s 100% biodegradable and compostable.

What a great, ecological way to clean up!

  • 70% cellulose, 30% cotton
  • Water-based, eco-friendly inks
  • 100% biodegradable & compostable
  • 6.5” W x 8” L
  • Care: rinse immediately after use to avoid staining; wash by hand, laundry, or dishwasher; non-chlorine bleach
  • Cloth imported from Germany
  • Hand-printed in the USA

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The Hours

World premiere: Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, Philadelphia, March 2022 (concert version, performed by The Philadelphia Orchestra); Metropolitan Opera House, New York, November 2022 (staged production)

A compelling new opera about three women in different times and places, The Hours is based on the Pulitzer Prize–winning novel by Michael Cunningham and the Academy Award–winning film adaptation that followed. Both the book and the film make heavy reference to an earlier novel, Virginia Woolf’s 1925 Mrs. Dalloway, which forms a sort of parallel background narrative, and the opera uses Woolf’s and Cunningham’s magisterial prose as a departure point from which to explore ambiguities and fluidities that cry out for musical expression.


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