Wednesday, April 4, 2018

Debbie Meyer GeniusSponge Scrub and Scour



OK, I was blown away today by a SPONGE! 

Have you heard of Debbie Meyer's Genius Sponges

I've been using them for a while now and I LOVE them! 

They are amazing. I seriously will not use another sponge again. 

These sponges last forever, and they actually inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold. 

They don't smell like other sponges because they are not holding all that bacteria in them. 

But like i said I have already been using the sponges for a while now, so why was I blown away?

Because she cam out with a NEW sponge


Debbie Meyer GeniusSpongeĆ¢„¢ Scrub & Scour 18-piece Set

This set has the original 12 sponges and 6 of the new ones. I was down to my last sponge so I needed to order more anyways. 

The new ones are the silver ones, the scour ones. 

When I watched the show, she showed the bottom of a pan that she had cleaned with just that sponge and soap and water. She showed it half cleaned so you could see the difference. 

I was skeptical that it would really work like that without some chemical cleaner. 

But, like I said before, I needed new sponges anyways. 

SO today, when I got my sponges, I tried cleaning the bottom of one of my pans. 


Here is my pan half cleaned! Well, I cleaned more than half, but I stopped when I realized I should take a picture to show you all! 


And here it is all cleaned! It really did work! I just had to share this with you all. 

Both of her sponges are just incredible and totally worth it, in my opinion. They last so long that your actually spending less per sponge when compared to all of the sponges that you were previously buying. 

Right now they are $24.99, but I got them on sale for $17.95. Keep an eye out for sales. 

This is not a sponsored post. I just wanted to share! 

Check them out! 





6 comments:

annette said...

woohoo for a new sponge that works so well!

Chris and Dawn said...

I'm always looking for good no chemical cleaners, thanks for the tip!

Jennifer Miller said...

How is it “no bacteria?”

Kym Thorpe said...

Pretty amazing! Will keep it in mind because I probably need something better than what we usually use. (But I seldom do the dishes! Someone else's job! Ha!)

Rodna Allman said...

Jennifer. I am not positive. There is a scientific video that explains it. I don't think it is NO bacteria but it inhibits the growth of kills off bacteria. It has to do with what the sponge is made of. You can watch the video.

Kristen H said...

Very interesting. I always look for sponges that inhibit the growth of bacteria. I can't stand the smell of the sponges.

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