Looking for an alternative to the plastic sponge or plastic bath loofah? Look no further than these Heirloom Mayan Loofah Scrubbers. They are sourced from a single Mayan family farm in the tropics of Guatemala. Grown using traditional methods, these loofah are free of all pesticides and herbicides, and are completely unprocessed.
Each loofah comes compressed and flattened. Loofahs will expand when wet.
Use them in the Kitchen: Apply dish soap to loofah and use to wash dishes. Change loofah every 3 to 5 weeks depending on usage. Bath (exfoliation): Apply body soap to loofah and use to exfoliate skin, or Bath (cleaning): Apply cleaning agent to loofah and use to clean sinks, tiles, and tubs.
Loofah are 100% plant fiber and completely compostable. To discard: compost or simply bury in your garden. Loofah will decompose within 30 days. The paper label can be recycled or composted.
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