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Safix Dish Wash Scrub Pad - Regular

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Safix Dish Wash Scrub Pad - Regular

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Safix Dish Wash Scrub Pad - Regular

100% biodegradable dish scourer Uses less dishwashing liquid per wash Wont rust, or splinter after several uses Safe, and soft for hands, and nails Long-lasting, and durable Easily removes baked on, burnt and stubborn greasy pots, pans, and utensils Surface-friendly, wont scratch or scuff delicate ...
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Safix Dish Wash Scrub Pad - Regular
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<ul> <li>100% biodegradable dish scourer</li> <li>Uses less dishwashing liquid per wash</li> <li>Wont rust, or splinter after several uses</li> <li>Safe, and soft for hands, and nails</li> <li>Long-lasting, and durable</li> <li>Easily removes baked on, burnt and stubborn greasy pots, pans, and utensils</li> <li>Surface-friendly, wont scratch or scuff delicate surfaces</li> <li>Perfect for non-stick pans</li> <li>Suitable for home composting</li> <li>Non-toxic</li> <li>Odourless</li> </ul> <strong>Directions: </strong> <ul> <li>Use exactly as you would a generic dish sponge, or scourer.</li> </ul> <strong>Care Instructions:</strong> <ul> <li>Rinse under running water after use.</li> <li>Leave on the drying rack to air dry.</li> </ul> <strong>How To Finally Dispose Of Your Safix Scrub? (when the time comes)</strong> <ul> <li>Cut them into pieces, and plant them in your garden.</li> <li>Pop them into your bokashi, or compost heap.</li> <li>Use them as an all-natural fire lighter at your next braai.</li> </ul> <strong>Did you know?</strong> Most generic dish sponges are made of polyester, or polyurethane. This means that they will continue to pollute the planet for years, and years after youre done using them. <strong>Specifications:</strong> <ul> <li>Dimensions: 7 cm x 10 cm</li> <li>Nett Weight: 5 grams</li> </ul> <strong>Materials:</strong> <ul> <li>Coconut Fibers (Coir).</li> </ul> <strong>Country of Origin:</strong> <ul> <li>Product of India.</li> </ul>

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Safix

Model Number

SKU67096

  • 100% biodegradable dish scourer
  • Uses less dishwashing liquid per wash
  • Wont rust, or splinter after several uses
  • Safe, and soft for hands, and nails
  • Long-lasting, and durable
  • Easily removes baked on, burnt and stubborn greasy pots, pans, and utensils
  • Surface-friendly, wont scratch or scuff delicate surfaces
  • Perfect for non-stick pans
  • Suitable for home composting
  • Non-toxic
  • Odourless
Directions: 
  • Use exactly as you would a generic dish sponge, or scourer.
Care Instructions:
  • Rinse under running water after use.
  • Leave on the drying rack to air dry.
How To Finally Dispose Of Your Safix Scrub? (when the time comes)
  • Cut them into pieces, and plant them in your garden.
  • Pop them into your bokashi, or compost heap.
  • Use them as an all-natural fire lighter at your next braai.
Did you know? Most generic dish sponges are made of polyester, or polyurethane. This means that they will continue to pollute the planet for years, and years after youre done using them. Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 7 cm x 10 cm
  • Nett Weight: 5 grams
Materials:
  • Coconut Fibers (Coir).
Country of Origin:
  • Product of India.
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  • 100% biodegradable dish scourer
  • Uses less dishwashing liquid per wash
  • Wont rust, or splinter after several uses
  • Safe, and soft for hands, and nails
  • Long-lasting, and durable
  • Easily removes baked on, burnt and stubborn greasy pots, pans, and utensils
  • Surface-friendly, wont scratch or scuff delicate surfaces
  • Perfect for non-stick pans
  • Suitable for home composting
  • Non-toxic
  • Odourless
Directions: 
  • Use exactly as you would a generic dish sponge, or scourer.
Care Instructions:
  • Rinse under running water after use.
  • Leave on the drying rack to air dry.
How To Finally Dispose Of Your Safix Scrub? (when the time comes)
  • Cut them into pieces, and plant them in your garden.
  • Pop them into your bokashi, or compost heap.
  • Use them as an all-natural fire lighter at your next braai.
Did you know? Most generic dish sponges are made of polyester, or polyurethane. This means that they will continue to pollute the planet for years, and years after youre done using them. Specifications:
  • Dimensions: 7 cm x 10 cm
  • Nett Weight: 5 grams
Materials:
  • Coconut Fibers (Coir).
Country of Origin:
  • Product of India.

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