No more two-faced double duty sponge that adds unnecessary waste. This plant-based and walnut-shell beauty takes on tough jobs without being hard on the planet. Walnut shells have serious scrubbing power but that doesn't help if you're allergic to nuts. Not to worry, these pads won't cause a reaction.
Walnut shells, cellulose, and recycled plastic
There are some scary statistics out there about the nastiness associated with sponges. Have no fear, our plant-based sponge can be disinfected and contains no triclosan.
We’re honored to be in your home, and promise to make ourselves useful. Not to mention sustainable, reusable, recycled and recyclable, even shareable, compostable, and occasionally huggable. Because we’re totally committed to the home you live in, and the one we live on.
Hand Wash: Products like this do best with a thorough wash in warm, soapy water. Just let it dry thoroughly before using and you’ll be ready to go.
- supermarket alternative
- dish brushes
- Full Circle
I love knowing these are made from nutshells. They work as well as any scrubby made of less green materials.
I've used the dish brush for several years. They are well designed and last a long time.Recently I placed a direct order for more dish brushes and some of the In a Nutshell sponges. These are excellent as well. They hold up much better than the supermarket alternative. With my order I received a complementary Tiny Team mini dust pan, talk about handy. I am just getting started on my Full Circle adventure. Thoughtful, environmentally conscious well made useful products. Thank you.
Long lasting product.
I was worried that these would fall apart right away and get gross, but they actually seem to stay cleaner than a regular sponge and so far have not shown a single sign that they are giving up. Some sponges with scrubbers will start to have the scrubbing portion come off in little pieces, but not this guy!! Just re-ordered to have a pack for cleaning. They're not just for sink work!
I used one of these sponges until it accidentally got ****** down the sink disposal. After turning off the disposal, we fished it out and put the carcass in the compost. Luckily, after the first sponge met its demise, I remembered that I had another! It is now in use. The good thing is that these last a long time (4 weeks on the first one) and they do a great job. I think that they work equally as well as the synthetic types. They stand up to the dishwasher and the microwave for sanitizing. I know how the sponge performs as I am the dishwasher in the house. Yes, I get to cook now and then, but my main job in the kitchen is doing the cleanup. Bottom line: These sponges work really great and, I will convert completely to these in my "under the kitchen sink arsenal." Cool idea!