New from Twist: Biodegradable Naked Sponge

We've been satisfied users of the Twist Euro Cloths since Janel blogged them last year. The sponge cloths have significantly cut down our paper towel usage, but we've still been using old-fashioned disposable scouring sponges for our dishes. At Whole Foods the other day, we picked up Twist's new biodegradable Naked Sponge, and we're hoping that these sponges - paired with a reusable scouring brush - will create less waste in our kitchen...

They're 100 percent cellulose and, unlike many other cellulose sponges, they contain no dyes. We also noticed that Twist has cut down further on their packaging. The Naked Sponges come in a recyclable paper sleeve and the old Euro Cloth box has been similarly streamlined. We paid $1.69 for a pack of 2 at Whole Foods.

For more information, visit Twist's site.

Originally posted by Sarah on AT:Chicago.

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