The all new Coffee Squeeze Sponge™ has just landed at Eco Green Revolution. It is a reusable, sustainable, zero waste kitchen scrubber made from recycled fair trade coffee sacks. 

  • Plastic Free

  • Biodegradeable & Compostable

  • Eco Friendly

  • Sustainable

 

This coffee sponge makes an excellent replacement and alternative for the plastic disposable dish sponges. They are great for your washing up and wont scratch.

 

Each sponge is handmade from the hardwearing fabric of a coffee sack that has reached the end of its journey. The tough jute top is stitched to a canvas liner and pure cotton back before being filled with a sponge-like cellulose core and finished with a woven label - ready to tackle your kitchen, bathroom or any tough job you need it for. 

 

The new cellulose core means that our zero waste sponges have a whole host of new features that we think you'll love, they're: Flexible, Foaming, Quick drying and still 100% plant based, compostable and handmade.

 

Each sponge is approximately 12cm long x 8cm wide x 1cm deep.

 

Please note

Around 60% of the Coffee Sponges feature a plain hessian top but the remaining 40% have part of the logo or insignia of the company who shipped the coffee. Some of these are colourful, some a stark black imprint, some are permanent over time and some wear away as you wash and use them. Which one will you get? You'll have to unbox it to see!

The Coffee Squeeze Sponge - Rowen Stillwater

SKU: ROWENSTILLWATERCOFFEESQUEEZESPONGE
£6.25 Regular Price
£5.31Sale Price
  • To keep your sponge fresh and ready for use always wring it out after use - it can hold up to 10X its own weight in water so it needs a good squeeze!

    As your sponge is made from 100% natural materials you can wash it with your towels or freshen it in your regular wash - every 4-5 days will keep it in tip-top condition. You can also sterilise it with a quick blast in a microwave or run it through the dishwasher.

  • When your Coffee Sponge reaches the end of its useful life - usually around four months - it can be cut up and composted or posted in a rag bank for recycling.