Plant-Based Scrubber Sponge

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Sqwishful Plant-Based Scrubber Sponge
4 reviews

Plant-Based Scrubber Sponge

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Made from natural luffa, wood pulp, and hemp, this 100% plant-based scrubber contains absolutely no plastic or glue.
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This scrubbing sponge strikes the perfect balance, if you ask us. It's super strong on sticky stuff, and nice and soft on all things non-sticky. It's great to keep in the kitchen for your plates that have just a little bit of stuff left on them or your counters after you spend the day baking. But the best part? It works as a shower scrubber, too. That's right, it's gentle enough to exfoliate your skin (instead of just your dishes).

Sqwishful partners with environmentally-mindful producers to craft a long-lasting, compostable sponge made from plants.

Good news! The paper packaging and sponge are 100% home compostable, and the bag is industrially compostable. Alternatively, the paper packaging is curbside recyclable.
These are general guidelines for broadly-recyclable materials. Check with your local recycler to confirm what they take.

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How it does good

Wiping out BPA and plastic waste

Research shows that, when it comes to bacteria, kitchen sponges are the germiest things in our houses, even dirtier than toilets. It’s no wonder that trillions of sponges are tossed every year, but, when they’re made of plastic and end up in landfills, this can be a big problem for the environment. Inspired to change her life by a medical diagnosis and the revelation that women with PCOS have greater amounts of BPA in their bodies, Sqwishful’s founder aspires toward helping others live their lives plastic-free. Sqwishful sponges are made from plant ingredients, not plastic, and they’re compressed and compostable for a small carbon footprint. They also use renewable resources and partner with suppliers using alternative energy sources.

  • One Percent Certification
  • OK compost INDUSTRIAL

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About the Brand


Sqwishful started with an optimist who loves to clean but hates that most cleaning products don't leave the world cleaner. Unlike conventional sponges, their sponges are plant-based and plastic-free. Working with suppliers who recycle sponge waste, use hydroelectric power, and plant trees to offset carbon, they’re proud to be in good company working toward making the world a cleaner, healthier, and happier place.

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How to use

After use, rinse out any food stains, pat dry, then hang to air dry.

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Margot P.
United States United States

Zero-Waste Scrubbing!

Performs well! Run it through dishwasher or wash with your laundry!

Shannon H.
United States United States

No today Sam

Hard paper, useless in 3 uses.

United States United States

Kitchen tools are important

A nook & cranny grabber that actually works.

Katie A.
United States United States

Solid Scrubber

Hey Hive! Katie from the merch team here. This sponge won't replace your steel wool, but it will replace your plastic riddled scrubby sponges (did you know there's plastic in most sponges... and that plastic goes down the drain and can pollute our oceans and waterways... what?!). It's good at getting food off of plates and bowls AND you can even get two - one for the kitchen and one for the shower. When I'm done with the dishes, I've been hanging mine to dry on a bottle of soap. Easy!