Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs
Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs

Eco Friendly Kitchen Multilayer Loofah Scrubber Sponge with Hanging String - 2 pcs

Regular price $15.00 Sale price $17.99
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Natural loofahs are actually made from a gourd in the cucumber family.  Contains NO plastic material like other synthetic sponges.

This loofah is specially designed with 3 layers hand cut and stitched together to become one durable lasting sponge.  If one of the layers is used out, the other two can continue to be used, extending its service life.

This ergonomically designed sponge makes it easy to grip and is more practical to clean.  The sponge will become softer the more you use it.

Each loofah sponge comes with a hanging rope to allows for easy storage and drying.  Should avoid placing it directly at the sink edge causing moisture to accumulate and bacteria to grow.

This item ships from the USA.

How to use this Natural Loofah Dish Sponge?

1. Soak the sponges in hot water for 3 minutes before first use to fully expand and clean with dishwashing liquid, then ready to use.

2. Squeeze out all remaining water after use and hang in a ventilated place to dry, ready to be used immediately the next time.

3. Due to the natural fiber material, the sponges can be used to clean non-stick pans, dishes & other utensils, as well as for scrubbing food such as vegetables and fruits.

4. Recommended to replace it every three months. Just throw them into the compost bin after you're done with them since its 100% biodegradable.