These little scrubbies are amazing! They're versatile in both shape and function. I also own the coco brush which works for hard to reach bottles and food that might be stubborn to get off. The two together are a perfect combo. The scrubbie works for quite a while before it starts to break down...then off to the compost it goes.
I wasn't sure I was going to like the loofie scrubber and was really unsure of the cellulose cloth but once I gave them a try I am ready to ditch all my plastic sponges. The loofie scrubber works for most stuck on foods, except trying to clean the super burned on red sauce after baking a lasagna. I had to use a metal scrubber for that, but I'll take it. I was most surprised how awesome the cellulose cloth is, definitely going to get more of those. Haven't tried the dishsoap yet, waiting to use up the rest of my soap to try that.
My coworker shared his love of Etee products with me back in December of 2019 by gifting me one of these little gems and I have to say it is the best sponge I have ever used. I love the thin, flexible fabric and it doesn't get smelly like other products I have used. Thank you for loving the earth and providing consumers with well made products that last longer than "box store" options. :-)
"The scrubby works great, and cleaned some caked on stuff on our cooking 'plaque' (not sure if that's an English word or not lol)...." - Jessica P
YOUR DISH SCRUBBIE | OUR PLANET
Ditch that plastic yellow & green scrub & sponge at last! Our plastic-free Loofie Scrubber (affectionately known as 'Loofie') is a combination of the gentle scrubbing power of the fibrous loofah plant and the spongy cellulose-cotton cellulose dishcloth. They're even sewn together using cotton thread (rather than the all too commonly used polyester thread) which makes for reusable & biodegradable dish cleaning with absolutely no plastic.
USE & CARE
Use your new etee Loofie Scrubber in the same way you'd use your old green & blue plastic sponge (but without the plastic!). The loofah side is an amazing scrubber - but it won't scratch your dishes! The cellulose side is good for wiping up messy dishes and cleaning more delicate dishes. Loofies can do more than clean dishes - try using one to help scrub the sink & tub, just like your old plastic sponge would!
To keep your Loofie clean you can chuck a damp one into the microwave for 10 seconds, or lay it onto the top rack of your dishwasher for a cycle. Washing machines or clothes dryers are not recommended.
Change your Loofie every 3 to 5 weeks, depending on usage. When you're done with it, since it's fully biodegradable, you can chuck it in the garbage, compost or bury it the garden. Loofie will decompose within a month :).
Loofies have a layer of loofah plant paired with a layer of cellulose cloth, which are 100% natural and made of wood & cotton cellulose.
"I love how it's made of 100% natural materials for something we use on a daily basis and something closest to our mouth. I was always grossed out by thinking the bits and pieces of the sponge coming into my body, and you know the stuff is known for the home of thousands of germs. The 'loofah' side is great to scrape off food etc from the dishes, forks and knives without scratching them." Ikuko N