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Reviews For Loofah Sponge
Based on 12 Reviews
I have used it on my body too! Loofah is a great to exfoliate, just light on certain areas & harder on others, like bottoms of your feet.
It has taken a little adjusting, but I'm happy to put down the plastic. Since I'm not use to a loofah it was a little ruff at first. A little hard to get a lather going at first, but it is steadily growing on me.
I like that they are natural (made of loofah) and hold their own against the old yellow and green dish sponges. Slightly pricey for just 2 sponges. Hoping to get these in bulk sometime. But they seems to be lasting so far!
Softens My Skin
These have been fantastic for my skin. They're a bit scratchy (which is what I want to remove dead skin), but they aren't too scratchy. They help make my skin feel softer, and using it a couple days a week has really helped reduce my dry skin. I love that it's designed to be more natural than others.
- D. Love
Works Well But Needs Replacing
I really like these. I love that the fibers are natural, and they do have a gentle green-living-like smell to them. My only complaint is that they seem to do disintegrate a bit easier than I expected. It gets holes and becomes worn within a month or two. I've always been told I'm supposed to replace sponges pretty regularly, so this is just a reminder to do so.
- Kathy Novotny
This little sponge cleans like a champ and for the extra tough jobs on my pots and pans I just add a little Bon Ami and it's all clean. I especially love that it's great for the environment.
I like this sponge but it's a little pricey. It cleans good, even if you have to scrub a little extra on tough stuck on stuff. It is an eco-friendly choice, which makes it worth the extra cost.
I like that it comes as a two pack. When I use up the first one I put in an order again. That way I always have one on hand. Some things like cheese get stuck in it and are hard to rinse out, like any other sponge, which means a toss in the trash early.
- Holly Veniziono
Wonderful addition to my kitchen
I love this sponge. It cleans even the toughest grime and removes stuck on yuck. Rinse it well after the dishes are done and it will last for many sink loads.
I feel good about using this project and I really glad that Thrive Market carries them. Just another amazingly earth friendly product.
- Kacie G.
Natural But Not Insanely Tough
I try to use this on a regular basis. I prefer not to use unnatural sponges wherever possible because I know they're not particularly great for the environment. This Twist sponge works well for pretty much all of the scrubbing I put it through. However, it doesn't work for quite everything. I find that I have to pull out the very-abrasive scrubber I have when food was baked onto a pan. I'm happy to use this the majority of the time while still keeping my old one around for those super-tough messes. I do wish this worked for all of my cleaning though.
Still prefer my old scrubber
Maybe I'm just not green enough, but though I appreciate this is a natural product, it doesn't do the job as well as my abrasive scrubber.
i don't like having to exert a lot of effort when I'm doing dishes, and this loofah sponge takes some elbow grease. But I guess I can use my old scrubber for tougher stains. The loofah works well on everything else.
- G. Pratt
Cleans pots as good as new
These loofah sponge are tough on grime, but they stay soft after each use. They're strong enough to get rid of caked on dirt on your pans without scratching them.
It may seem a lot to pay $4 for a sponge, but this lasts longer than those cheapo scrubbers at the local store. Invest in this for long term use.
Scrubs like no other
These are naturally made sponges that are tough. They scrub very well and I've even used them on burnt pans without having much trouble.
They get softer the more you use them, so don't worry. At first, they are very abrasive, but they will get better as you use them, trust me.
- Grady Powers
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