Directions for Use: Moisten with water, roll up into a ball and only a dab of soap if desired. Scrub will get softer with use. Rinse and hang to dry thoroughly after each use.
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These interesting scrubs have natural abrasives for your scrubbing needs. What do we mean by natural? How about corn cobs and peach pits?
No detergent is needed for general cleaning but a tiny dab of soap can be used if tackling heavy grease. Keep in mind that a little dab can go a long way because these scrubs will stay very soapy and the peach and corn abrasives are effective on their own.
Spaghetti Scrubs last for months and because of their unique shape, they’re pliable enough for trickier cleaning jobs and tight spots such as corners, whisks, and behind faucets. The best part is they dry quickly and completely so there’s never a stinky or moldy sponge in your sink. After you’re done cleaning, just rinse them, and hang on the faucet to dry. The Original Gentle Spaghetti Scrub is best used for general cleaning, removing stains from glass, wood, plastic, high quality nonstick pans, and any other surface prone to dullness or scratches.
Reusable scrubs last for months
Unique pliable shape
Great for peeling vegetables
Lack of mold and bacteria
No smell or rust
Save money and the environment by reducing the need for soaps
About Goodbye detergent!:
Goodbye detergent! is a line of environmentally friendly scrubs for your home, made with unique materials such as recycled corn cobs, peach pits and walnut shells. These reusable scrubs have natural abrasives that make it easier to clean with no detergents. The scrubs are made with natural abrasives and they come in 100% recycled packaging. Goodbye detergent! scrubs reduce the need for detergents and soaps which contain toxins and chemicals that are bad for the environment. These eco-friendly products are designed by industrial designer Hiroki Hayashi. All products are made in Japan and have won international design awards since their world launch in 2008.
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