Frog and Toad - Pop-up Sponge
Frog and Toad Pop-up Sponge is an inclusive addition to LGBTQ+ Pride sponges. These sponges are a tribute to the author of Frog and Toad All Year Arnold Lobel came out to his family he was gay 4 after publishing the picture book. Made of 100% vegetable cellulose (wood pulp), these kitchen sponges feel and function like traditional sponges but are completely plant-based, plastic-free and compostable.
Dry: 10 x 10cm or 3.93 x 3.93in
Wet: 11.5 x 10.5cm or 4.53 x 4.13in
Buy a Set of 3 Pride Progress Pop up Sponges by Plantish Future!
durable: safe to use on non-stick cookware, copper and stainless steel, glassware and much more
- non-scratch: natural cellulose sponge creates generous foams and lather, so it is powerful enough to cut through greases and grime. at the same time, our sponge provides gentle agitation that won’t scratch your fine china and glasses
- 100% compostable and biodegradable: these pop-up sponges are made from 100% biodegradable plant-based cellulose that are safe for your home and our planet
- quick-drying: vegetable cellulose fiber is naturally durable and breathable, allowing the sponge to air dry quickly without collecting nasty smells.
- multi-purpose: these Pop-up kitchen sponges will meet your daily needs from washing your dishes and utensils to cleaning your kitchen countertops and sinks
1. Soak the sponge in water to watch it expand for a few minutes
2. Use as a regular normal sponge
Cut in small pieces, then place in the green bin to compost or directly compost in the backyard.
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CUTTING PLASTIC OUT OF THE KITCHEN
Studies have found that many of our liquid dish soaps contain chemicals that are toxic to our wildlife, especially the aquatic community. Not to mention the plastic and excess water, making the switch to a plant-based bar is both better for our environment and your wallet!
Queer, BIPOC and Woman-owned
"From production to packaging, we intentionally explore low-impact, plant-based materials that perform better than plastic. Being makers ourselves, we also work with other makers here in Canada & US to develop zero-waste products
Through trial and error, we establish best practices of using, caring and disposing of the products to share with our community"