Did you know there are some clever uses for sponges that don’t require cleaning? Place a sponge in the bottom of a flower pot before adding the soil and plant, it will retain moisture until the next watering. Put a wet sponge in a zip top bag and freeze to make an ice pack to sooth bumps and bruises, or toss a couple frozen sponges in a lunch box to keep contents cool. Rest your bar of soap on a sponge in the shower or bathtub to prevent it from falling. *Kitchen sponges carry more bacteria than your toilet! You should microwave your sponge for 2 minutes at least once a week to kill germs. Enjoy these clever uses for sponges. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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