Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge
Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge
Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge
Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge
Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge
Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge
$6.75

Reusable Kitchen Scrubber, Loofah Gourd/ Burlap /Terry Cloth, Zero Waste Sponge

Reusable Sponge is made of burlap and a section of naturally dried loofah, terry cloth. The loofah on the inside gives it bounce, structure and absorbency. Our scrubbers are ideal plastic-free alternatives to disposable sponges and can be easily cleaned and reused. We use these in our own homes! It has the perfect grit to remove grime but doesn't scratch nonstick pans. Ideal for counter scrubbing or any other greasy task, even for bathtub cleaning.


Detail:
-- Quantity: 1 reusable sponge

-- Size is approx. 3.25'' x 5.25''

-- Our products do not contain plastic and they are compostable.
The outside layer is made of terry cloth and a tough burlap which can withstand most grime and grease. The inside layer is a section natural loofah and burlap, which helps increase your bubbles. Because the loofah is natural dry vegetable, it is hard and tough, but It become soft after a while of using.

-- This sponge is easy to clean

Cleaning Instruction:
1/2 spoon white vinegar, and warm water soak into about 5-10 mins, squeezing water after washing and allow to air dry.

*Please give us a note that which one(s) terry cloth you'd like when you check out. Otherwise it will be shipped by random.

Handmade in Oakland, California

A Bit About The Loofa:

Luffa (Luffa Cylindrica) - Luffas (also spelled loofah or loofa) are part of the same family as cucumbers, squash, pumpkins, and other gourds. It’s been called dishcloth gourd, vegetable sponge or Chinese okra. Luffas will dry on the vine if you leave them there long enough. As they dry, they’ll turn from dark green to brown, and become lighter in weight. After the crispy skin is peel off the luffa is cut into sections and becomes these plastic free scrubbers!