I'm will be trialing another swap for a smaller footprint as soon as I've used the last of the sponge scourers. Although it might not work how I need it . I use hand knitted cotton dishcloths for washing up.
I was hoping this thing will replace sponge scourers but will it be rough enough?, also it might be a difficult swap because of the price...............
8 cheap scourers are 40p, they last me many months. They go into the rubbish sack so are incinerated in Suffolk's big incinerator producing electric for the National Grid. So it's the making of them that's the main problem............. where? and using how much water and energy?
On the other hand the loofah was £2.95 from a fairly new company (I think) called LoofCo.They are a natural plant, a member of the cucumber family, produced in Egypt by small producers and fairly traded. Described as Long Lasting, Non Scratch, Flexible, Durable and Compost-able.
I'll let you know how I get on in due course.
Hello and welcome to more new followers and thank you for lots of comments over the last few days