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When the scouring pad is soaked, it becomes softer and larger. It is ideal for use as a kitchen scouring pad or general scouring pad. The scouring pad lasts about 4-6 months depending on the use.

The scouring pads are made of 100% loofah. The Loofah is organically and sustainably cultivated in Spain. No spraying is used and irrigation is done using natural rain and recycled thermal water. During manufacture, no chemicals are used, but only 43-degree thermal water softens the fibre.

Clean the scouring pad by placing it in boiling water with mild washing-up liquid. Rinse it and let it air dry, use the handle. If it changes colour or becomes too soft, it is time to put it on the compost.

ABOUT THE MAKER: In the late 19th century, a small brush manufacturer called Iris Hantverk started out in Stockholm. Now, every brush is made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen. It brings a new dimension to the concept of sensitively made by hand and we are thrilled to bring Iris Hantverk brushes to the Canadian Prairies. 

Scouring Pad Loofah (2pcs)

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Product Description

When the scouring pad is soaked, it becomes softer and larger. It is ideal for use as a kitchen scouring pad or general scouring pad. The scouring pad lasts about 4-6 months depending on the use.

The scouring pads are made of 100% loofah. The Loofah is organically and sustainably cultivated in Spain. No spraying is used and irrigation is done using natural rain and recycled thermal water. During manufacture, no chemicals are used, but only 43-degree thermal water softens the fibre.

Clean the scouring pad by placing it in boiling water with mild washing-up liquid. Rinse it and let it air dry, use the handle. If it changes colour or becomes too soft, it is time to put it on the compost.

ABOUT THE MAKER: In the late 19th century, a small brush manufacturer called Iris Hantverk started out in Stockholm. Now, every brush is made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen. It brings a new dimension to the concept of sensitively made by hand and we are thrilled to bring Iris Hantverk brushes to the Canadian Prairies. 

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