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KARE has been a reputable and skilled manufacturer and supplier of kitchen scrubber, cleaning sponge, sponge scrubber and cellulose sponges for 8+ years. We have set up a high-efficiency, scientific production and management system, and we are able to provide high-quality products quickly and steadily with our strong manufacturing power and complete after sales service system. 15 nations and regions, such as Japan, US, South Korea, Russia, Europe, etc, purchase products from KARE. In addition, the quality and effectiveness of KARE's products have been adequately evaluated in the markets owing to the prompts, frank feedbacks from our adoring professional channel clients and terminal customers, who accompanied and witnessed the growth we created together. KARE's goal is to become the go-to source for Houseware while also realizing a win-win situation for both the company and its customers, as well as exceeding the expectations of its distributors. Our mission is to become an internationally recognized leader in the Houseware industry. Let us collaborate to find the best solutions for you to expand your business.

People May Ask

Kitchen Sponges Smell-Why?

A sponge may smell for a number of reasons, but the main one is that while washing unclean dishes or countertops, food particles become stuck in the pores of the sponge. The sponge starts to sour and smell terrible as the food fragments begin to break down. E. coli and other harmful bacteria can live in large numbers on sponges.

Is It Okay to Use A Dishwasher to Clean Sponges?

It is not advisable to disinfect your sponge by putting it in the dishwasher or boiling water, and it is also not a good idea to leave it sitting in soapy water at the base of your sink.

Can You Clean A Sponge by Boiling It?

Although microwaves are frequently used to clean sponges, boiling water can also be used to disinfect kitchen sponges.

How Many Species of Sponge Are Known?

The phylum Porifera, which is made up of four different classes and includes the Demospongiae (the most diverse and home to 90% of all living sponges), Hexactinellida (rare glass sponges), Calcarea (calcareous sponges), and Homoscleromorpha, is where the 8,550 or so living sponge species are classified scientifically.

Is Leaving A Sponge in The Sink Safe?

According to scientists, it's one of the most repulsive blunders committed at home. According to studies, kitchen sinks are dirtier than toilets because they serve as wet playgrounds for fecal bacteria (including E. coli) and other germs that stick to your sponge.

What Sponge Has The Least Odor?

The most hygienic sponge we tested, Scrub Daddy also had the fastest drying times, didn't retain food particles or accumulate odors, and was dishwasher safe. We can nevertheless strongly suggest the Scotch-Brite - Heavy Duty as a top performer for difficult jobs.

Scrub Daddy Is A Superior Sponge, But Which One?

The no-scratch substance and warm water pliancy of the Brillo Basics Scrub Square are the same as those of the name brand. You can get three of these squares for $1.25, which is about the same price as a Sponge Daddy with some change left over.

A Kitchen Sponge Is What?

In the past, sea sponge was used to produce kitchen sponges. The majority of kitchen sponges created today, nevertheless, are made of plastics like polyester or polyurethane. They are not biodegradable or recyclable.

Kitchen Sponges Are They Clean?

There could be millions of microorganisms on sponges. Additionally, you can become ill after just a few. To lessen the likelihood of spreading germs with your sponge, clean countertops with a paper towel or disinfectant wipe. After each usage, thoroughly ring out your sponge and wash any leftover food or dirt off of it.

How Come Scrub Daddy Sponges Are So Effective?

The Scrub Daddy is unique in that it adapts its texture to the water's temperature, becoming hard and rigid in cold water to help remove trash and soft, compressible, and absorbent in warm water to function more like a soothing sponge.

Kitchen Sponge Brand Products

Big Cellulose Sponge Kitchen for Dishes Cleaning, POMNI 24 Pack, 4.4" x 2.87" x 0.9"

RE: Dishwashing Soap Bar Citrus (with loofah holding sponge): palm oil-free, environmentally friendly, disposable, free of plastic, and devoid of artificial fragrance and color

JOYMOOP Clean Sponges: a set of six dual-sided, non-scratch soft scrub dish sponges that are safe to use on non-stick cookware and are ideal for cleaning kitchens and households.

Kheoxusa Individually Wrapped Kitchen Sponges for Scrub Dish Dishes, 260-Pack Individually Wrapped Kitchen Sponges Large (4.33*2.8 inches) Bulk Non-Scratch Cleaning Wash for Dishwashing

16-piece biodegradable natural sponge pack, cleaning scrub colored sponge, non-scratch kitchen cellulose dishwashing sponge

Odor-resistant, non-scratch microfiber mesh and terry cloth sponges that are odor-resistant and provide long-lasting odor protection are available in four packs as a durable odor-free lifestyle product.

UPSTAR Dish Sponges, Non-Scratch Scrub Sponges for Kitchen Sinks, Basins, and Multipurpose Use, Six-Count

Dish Sponge for Multicolored Kitchen Cleaning Cleaning Cloths 100 pieces of dual-sided scouring pads that are non-scratchy and absorbent, perfect for cleaning kitchen and bathroom dishes.

Two scrub sponges with Scotch-Brite Scrub Dots Advanced Non-Scratch Scrubbers

ELITRA Heavy Duty Scrubber Sponge - Blue - Odorless - with Smell Resistant Hydrophilic Foam Technology, 6 Pack

Top Reviews

Joseph Dougherty

Most people have probably encountered the problem of kitchen sponges smelling after extended use. You can find a plethora of techniques online for revitalizing them and getting rid of the odors. (It's rather common to microwave a sponge for one minute). Even while some of these solutions work, the sponge soon begins to smell and leaves that musty scent on your hands once the repair is temporary. These are the way to go. Packages of 12, 16, and 24 are available. If you're concerned about biodegradability, they're made of wood pulp. Even the largest size requires relatively little storage space because they are crushed within the box. You simply take it out of the package, give it a quick rinse under clean water, and the completely expanded sponge appears in a matter of seconds. They are adaptable yet robust. With just a few drops of dishwashing soap, they produce a large amount of suds. What's the best thing, then? When they begin to smell after a while of use (they do hold up well), throw it away and purchase a new one. Easy.


These "sponges" have surprisingly impressed me. They are robust and manage to stay quite odorless. We simply toss them in the dishwasher with every load, or at least once a week, we give them a nice soak in hydrogen peroxide or soap. Strongly advised!

K. Froese

I really wanted gray sponges, therefore I was hesitant to purchase the 24 pack without first trying the brand. After getting the Oxo Good Grips sponge holder, I placed an order for them. I chose gray for our kitchen sink, which is made of stainless steel, so that everything would blend in and not stand out. Not only does the color function well, but the sponges themselves are of high quality. The sponge is a touch stiff at first because the scrub side is a little thicker than other scrub sponges, but I think it will soften up with use. I'm delighted I made this buy and heartily endorse it. When it comes time to place another order in a few years, perhaps KARE will still carry these. ;-P