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How to make a zero-waste kitchen sponge

DIY: How to make a zero-waste kitchen sponge ♻️ Tawashi sponges are a 100% recycled and free alternative, and they're perfect if you have a few old spare socks on hand.

05/28/2019 11:00 AMupdated: 05/30/2019 1:49 PM
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  • Megan S.
    01/19/2020 13:55

    I’m coming for yo socks. 😘

  • Jennifer C.
    01/17/2020 16:32

    thoughts? :)

  • Dominic G.
    12/18/2019 14:55

    I found my new project

  • Cindy S.
    12/17/2019 21:56

    Tawashi ... you’re welcome! 😇

  • Geraldine W.
    12/17/2019 12:54

    I knit dishcloths with cotton yarn but after seeing this I could probably knit one with a tshirt cut up for yarn

  • Madeline G.
    12/17/2019 03:02

    The potholders we used to make!

  • Kim K.
    12/16/2019 11:56

    You also could purchase a lot holder loom. I knit my kitchen cloths out of cotton yarn, wash them in the laundry every day. Fresh, biodegradable towel every day.

  • Lali R.
    11/16/2019 14:41

    💡🤓 hues du dat kannt?

  • Kim K.
    11/16/2019 14:28

    im making this

  • Emma-Jade T.
    10/23/2019 02:20

    😍 how cool is this! No more buying dish cloths for us!

  • Rosie J.
    10/18/2019 18:08

    !!!

  • Patrícia R.
    10/15/2019 11:09

    amiga vamos fazer!!!!!

  • Nadia K.
    10/10/2019 17:24

    In socks you have plastic too... All elastic clothes have it...

  • Axell C.
    10/10/2019 09:50

    ;)

  • Jo-Anne S.
    10/08/2019 16:55

    this is what I was chatting to you about 😃 xx

  • Amy P.
    09/30/2019 20:22

    x

  • Rachel P.
    09/30/2019 15:39

    !!!!

  • Es T.
    09/30/2019 12:13

    y aquí te explican como hacer 😜

  • Sophie-Annie W.
    09/28/2019 19:05

    I made one!!

  • Julie S.
    09/27/2019 08:31

    Best recycled dish cloth? Cut up old towels,/tea rowels/ cotton t shirts or vest to managable sizes hem and use just like our parents/grandparents did.