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washing sponges
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You can wash your sponges by putting them in a lingure bag and tossing them in with your washing or some people put them in the cutlery section of their dishwasher.

The good thing is you can wash sponges and this will save you money

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#2
Great!! Washing mine soon!! Wink

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#3
Thanks for the tip Andama I always bin mine and use new ones. But will give mine a good wash instead nowBig Grin

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#4
I cant believe that I have binned mine for years and it never once dawned on me to wash them but I wash them now that's for sure lol


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#5
Wow, ive been binning mine for years.lol.
Im going to wash mine now too.great tip.
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#6
Ahhh...now WHY didn't I think of that???? I have just been tossing mine...what a waste!!!

I like the dishwasher idea!!!!
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#7
What a great idea. I have been washing mine by hand ... never thought of tossing them in the dishwasher!
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#8
ahh great idea, will save pennies xx
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#9
been doing that since I started, never thought not to put it in
the dishwasher or washing machine, depends which was going
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#10
some things come so naturally to some people and then the rest of us cant see the wood for trees ROFL I and the latter lol

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