Cotton & Bamboo None Sponge - Pack of 2 - Teal Dot

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This pack of two 'None Sponges' makes a great plastic free alternative to disposable dish sponges, and makes the washing up routine a more positive experience by not adding to the world's plastic pollution problem. They are so called because they have no plastic, resulting in no waste - hence the 'none'!

Each sponge is made with cotton layers which sandwich a naturally antibacterial and highly absorbent quilted organic bamboo core. One side of the sponge has a smooth surface in a teal dot print for cups and plates and the other has a textured, waffle surface for when a more abrasive clean is needed such as pots and pans.

If looked after each sponge will last for ages, but when it is at the end of it's life it is fully compostable. For best results wring it out after use and leave to dry. When it's ready for a wash just throw it in the laundry with your regular load and finish by air drying.

Hand made in South Wales from ethically sourced cotton and organic bamboo. Presented in recyclable card belly band.

To compost just cut up and add to the compost heap.

Each sponge measures approximately 8.5cm wide x 12cm long. Comes supplied as a pack of two.


Hand made in a small studio in South Wales by super talented sewing machinists!


These biodegradable sponges are designed to promote the adoption of more sustainable habits, and inherently strive to reduce the millions of tons of waste associated with plastic disposable items going to landfill every day.

Founder Debbie, started her own personal war against waste and plastic pollution when travelling and diving the seas of Borneo. Confronted by a plastic island that was home to the precious sea life she had travelled so far to seek out, she vowed to try and do her bit.

Debbie started off by creating products to replace her disposable paper kitchen towels and plastic scouring sponges, and soon family and friends were asking for some in order to help them do their bit too... and so Tabitha Eve was born, creating plastic free alternative products, from ethically sourced fabrics. From there the business grew quickly and Debbie opened the Tabitha Eve studio in March 2018, where she works with super talented sewing machinists to ensure products are sewn up and beautifully finished as quickly as possible!