Eco Sponge

Eco-friendly and plastic-free Loofah sponge, with a natural scent.
Non-toxic, organic cotton Eco-friendly sponge made of loofah on top of a dual-layer bamboo soap dish.
The video showing using contemporary loofah sponge with solid dish soap brick for dishwashing and cleaning in the kitchen.
Set of 2 loofah reusable sponges, made with organic cotton and renewable materials.
Using contemporary loofah sponge with solid dish soap brick for dishwashing, cleaning pan.
Natural sponge made from sisal fiber. The suds forming from rubbing the eco sponge on the solid dish soap brick.
Eco-friendly and plastic-free set of 2 reusable sponges made of loofah. Wood pulp scrubs for dishes.
Set of 2 loofah reusable scrubbing sponges with rough and soft sides.
Hands holding eco-friendly sponges with scourer.
Bottom side of plastic-free, beige loofah eco sponge for cleaning.

Eco Sponge

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Introducing zero-waste and eco-friendly sponges - the perfect alternative to plastic dish sponges. Crafted from wood pulp and loofah, these reusable bamboo-textured sponges embody eco chic while reducing your environmental impact.

Join the zero-waste movement and upgrade your cleaning routine with these plant-based and compostable sponges. Embrace sustainability and make a positive impact on the planet.


  • durable: tough for stubborn dirt and safe to use on non-stick cookware, copper and stainless steel, glassware and much more
  • non-scratch: being non-scratch, they won't leave any scratches or marks on your dishes, pans, kitchen counters, windows etc
  • eco-friendly:100% compostable and biodegradable
  • quick-drying: no bad smell
  1. soak the sponge in water
  2. use as a regular normal sponge
  • dry completely between uses
  • boil in water to kill bacteria
  • avoid soaking in water
  • place away from high heat or flames
  • cut in small pieces, then place in the green bin to compost or directly compost in the backyard
  • loofah can also be used like coconut fibre in the garden, excellent at water retention, growing seedlings, creating a potting mix, pest resistance, and use as bedding in worm bins
  1. according to several research institutes, experts recommend changing kitchen sponges once a week due to the exposure to hundreds of different types of bacteria, which is problematic because plastic kitchen sponges and scouring pads aren't easy to break down; it takes hundreds of years to do so
  2. traditional sponges sheds microplastics, which can't be filtered out by water treatment plants. they make their way into our water cycle, which can end up in our rivers, oceans and drinking water
  3. its versatility is great for washing and scrubbing all sorts of surfaces, even outside the kitchen
  4. the softer side is suitable for cleaning low maintenance items such as utensils, bowls, plates, walls, windows
  5. its abrasive side is suitable for scrubbing stubborn dirt and cleaning sinks or baths

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