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Eco Kitchen Sponge With Scourer (1 year supply - 12 sponges)

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    • 12 sponges in total
    • Durable - 89% of customers say their sponge lasted 4 weeks or more
    • Our saver bundle - save 10% off 4 sponge pack + free shipping
    • Made from wood pulp cellulose and loofah
    • 100% plastic-free so NO microplastics
    • Compostable at home
    • Perfect for scrubbing dishes & wiping up spills
    • Suitable for non-stick pans 

    More Details

    • Made from cellulose wood pulp & scourer made from dried loofah fibres
    • Breaks down into harmless organic waste
    • Toxin-free and not harmful to humans or ecosystems
    • Does not release microplastics into the environment
    • Requires less soap -  washing up liquid retained in the sponges
    • Non-scratch
    • Materials are 100% renewable 
    • Sustainably sourced packaging with natural inks and 100% recyclable 
    • Can be composted at home - not yet suitable for industrial composting facilities 
    • Designed, packed and sent from the UK, made in audited factories in China
    • Carbon footprint more than offset (3.5x) through a partnership with reforestation charity On A Mission
    • Size: 7cm x 11cm x 2cm

    Care and Aftercare

    • Best to dry out between uses to prevent mould
    • Freshen up by washing in dishwasher or washing machine (30 or 40 degrees C) 
    • Sponges will naturally start to breakdown after around 1 month
    • Once well used, cut up the sponge (this speeds up composting) and place it in a home compost bin
    • If you don’t compost, you can pop these in your usual household waste and be smug in the knowledge you haven't generated plastic waste by switching to Seep

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    Frequently Asked Questions
    • China. We will always try to source as close to home as possible, where accessibility of materials and manufacturing processes permit. However, some materials are only grown commercially in tropical climates, such as loofah. We actively seek to work with partners for whom sustainability practices are prioritised and at the core of their business. Our sourcing policy is to work with kindness and in collaboration with our suppliers to build long-lasting, innovative relationships.

    • Loofah and cellulose (wood pulp)

    • Yes, you can put them in the washing machine or dishwasher.

    • You can chop it up and put it on your compost or food waste bin.