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Most Common Questions
Our sponges are made from cellulose with a loofah scourer on top.
Seep cloths are made from plant fibres (viscose).
Yes - you can wash cloths at 30 or 40 degrees and they come out lovely and white again. We have also put the sponges into the washing machine too but the loofah scourer will eventually get softer and will start breaking down. Other customers have also said that they have put them in the dishwasher on the top shelf.
A loofah (or sometimes spelt luffa) is a genus of tropical and subtropical vines in the cucumber family.
The loofah is the cucumber bit which when ripe is very fibrous. It’s then harvested and the fibres are used to make cloth or sections are cut to create loofah sponges that people use in the shower.