As my regular household items run out I am replacing them with more eco-friendly ones (I am much too thrifty of a girl not to use them up). So far I have not come across an eco-friendly replacement item that I have not liked, until now.
I can honestly say that I do not like Twist Sponges. I will never recommend them to anyone for any reason and I am glad that I did not waste my $ on them.
Why don't I like them?
Because they don't work! On anything! With or without loofah, it doesn't matter, neither kind work.
(Sorry if I sound a little cranky but this weekend I had to scrub my shower clean, twice. I am not a big fan of cleaning as it is so when I have to do it twice, in the same day.... I get a bit cranky.)
I have tried these sponges on everything from dishes to cleaning sinks to trying to clean up a spill and they just don't work.
I had hope that the loofah side (along with my elbow grease & Method bathroom cleaner) would be able to clean the bathroom tub and shower. Nope. Not even close.
The cleaner just ran off the loofah side of the sponge or soaked into the soft side of the sponge (which is kind of funny considering that the spilled juice wouldn't soak into the sponge). No amount of elbow grease will help these sponges.
There was a small washable crayon mark on my living room wall that I thought for sure the Twist sponge could handle. Nope. Not even washable crayon.
You know how I got it off?
By rubbing it with my finger. Yup, my bare finger can remove things better than these sponges can.
It's back to non eco-friendly sponges for me. Hopefully the next generation of eco-friendly sponges will arrive soon and hopefully they will work.
I wish I would have tried the dryer balls....