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So you've got a not so "Clean Sponge"? GREAT! Instead of throwing it out you can wash or dryclean your Clean Sponge using any normal method. (sounds weird right? FTC required wording)

All you have to do is give it a quick rinse in the sink and toss it in the washing machine with some soap on cold water setting.

Maybe it's been a while and it really gross? Just dilute a table spoon of vinegar and a teaspoon of salt in a bowl of hot water. Rinse your Clean Sponge out in the sink and then soak it in the bowl of hot water for five minutes. Run it through a hot water cycle in your washing machine, hang it up to dry and BANG you have a clean Clean Sponge again!! (you can run it through your dryer, however hang drying will use less energy. Also hot water is less energy conscious, but will cut oils better). You can also check out our blog for more cleaning tips and tricks in the kitchen or follow us on Pinterest or Facebook

Below are a few warnings on things to watch out for when cleaning your Clean Sponge. 

WE RECOMMEND WASHING YOUR CLEAN SPONGE ALONE IN YOUR WASHING MACHINE OR WITH ALREADY STAINED OR RUINED "SHOP OR WORK" CLOTHES. FOOD DEBRIS, OILS AND OR OTHER MATERIALS IN THE CLEAN SPONGE CAN STAIN OR DAMAGE OTHER GARMENTS. 

IF YOU USE YOUR CLEAN SPONGE ON EXCEPTIONALLY DIRTY SURFACES, IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED TO RE-USE ON ANY DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS. PROPER CLEANING, SANITATION AND/OR STERILIZATION IS RECOMMENDED AFTER CONTACTING ANY SURFACE FOR FUTURE USE.

IF YOU USE YOUR CLEAN SPONGE TO CLEAN UNSANITARY PLACES SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE BATHROOM, IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED TO RE-USE ON ANY DIFFERENT APPLICATIONS. PROPER CLEANING, SANITATION AND STERILIZATION IS RECOMMENDED AFTER CONTACTING ANY SURFACE WITHIN AN UNSANITARY ENVIRONMENT.

IF YOU ATTEMPT TO MICROWAVE AND/OR BOIL YOUR CLEAN SPONGE TAKE ADEQUATE PRECAUTIONS AS YOU COULD BECOME PHYSICALLY BURNED AND OR INJURED. MAKE SURE TO READ ALL MANUFACTURERS WARNINGS AND INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATION. 

WE CARE ABOUT YOU AND YOUR HEALTH, PLEASE BE SAFE. 

Last updated: May 3rd, 2016