These loofah kitchen sponges are a cheerful addition to any home and are made of naturally grown and processed loofah. Pop them into the dishwasher with a load of dishes to keep them clean. If you choose a loofah to scrub the house, or yourself, you should give yourself a pat on the back!
Loofahs are considered an environmentally friendly choice. And they are biodegradable!
Once you’re done with your loofah, just toss it in your compost bin.
To Use: Wet the loofah, Buff dishes with the loofah, Rinse the dishes with water.
So what is a loofah? And what is it made from?
Loofahs are not sea sponges. They’re a vegetable that grows on vines in subtropical climates, such as India and Egypt. The loofah resembles a long pointy gourd or a cucumber and can grow to be quite large. When it’s ready for harvest the loofah is dried, peeled, and deseeded. Inside are the fibrous innards that we’d recognize as a loofah sponge.
Each sponge approximately is 8cmx10cm before they are being soaked in water.