Seep Large Compostable Eco Sponges - 2 Pack

Seep Large Compostable Eco Sponges - 2 Pack
Seep Large Compostable Eco Sponges - 2 Pack
Seep Large Compostable Eco Sponges - 2 Pack

Seep Large Compostable Eco Sponges - 2 Pack

The Seep Company
Regular price £6.50
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Large 100% plastic free cellulose all-purpose sponges.

  • 100% plastic free
  • Home compostable
  • Perfect for most washing tasks - bathroom, kitchen, car, bike
  • Durable
  • Requires less soap as will be retained in sponge
  • Made in the UK
  • Packaging sustainably sourced and recyclable
  • Carbon footprint more than offset (3.5x) with charity On A Mission 

A pack of 2 large plastic free all-purpose cellulose sponges. Highly durable and perfect for all washing tasks, including kitchen, bathroom, cars and bikes. Requires less washing fluids as is retained in the sponges during use.
Breaks down into harmless organic waste. Toxin-free and not harmful to humans or ecosystems. Does not release microplastics into the environment.

Carbon footprint more than offset (3.5x) through a partnership with reforestation charity On A Mission.

Designed, packed and sent from the UK, made in trusted factories in the EU

Made from 100% cellulose wood pulp.
FSC certified packaging with natural inks and 100% recyclable.

Best to dry out between uses to prevent mould
Freshen up by washing in dishwasher or washing machine (30 or 40 degrees C).
Once well used, cut up the sponge (this speeds up composting) and place it in a home compost bin.
If you don’t compost, you can pop these in your usual household waste.
The sponge will naturally start to breakdown after around 1 month.

"Seep was born out of frustration after lots of trips to the (virtual) supermarket.

Over the years, it was becoming easier to find greener alternatives - cleaning sprays, toilet paper, washing detergent. But, when it came to the most unsexy categories in the cleaning aisle (yes, I'm looking at you sponges, cloths, bin liners), it was a sea of plastic with very few, easy-to-find, well-branded, genuinely sustainable options.

So, fed up with waiting, I decided to set up Seep."

Laura Harnett, Seep Founder

Can be composted at home.

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