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Felted wool dish scrubber
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rose
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March 22, 2013 - 8:00 pm

After having many of the ‘natural’ scrubbers fall apart quickly or just not be quite abrasive enough, I was  surprised at how well a square of densely felted wool works. (mine is originally from one of those nubbly boiled wool jackets, but I’m guessing a thick sweater would work too) It’s the best scrubber I’ve used… I like it as well as those plastic green ones… and it seems to be holding up really well… two months in and its still super scrubby… great for dishes pots and pans and for getting caked up baby food off the table:)

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electrofriend
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March 24, 2013 - 7:22 am

What shape are you using? Does it have something stuffed inside? Please give more details about your scrubbie

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