Looking for easy and inexpensive ways to go eco-friendly in the kitchen? Avoid sending harsh cleaning agents down the drains (especially important if you’re on a septic system) by trying this eco-friendly scrubbing tool for handling pots and pans.
Not quite a sponge and not quite a scrub brush, this handy cleaning gadget is called the Original Spaghetti Scrub. It “features a natural abrasive made from peach pits (peach pit powder) on a cotton and polyester backing. No detergent is needed for general cleaning with a Spaghetti Scrub, but a tiny dab of soap can be used if tackling heavy grease. Keep in mind that a little dab of soap can go a long way because Original Spaghetti Scrubbers will stay very soapy.
The peach-pit abrasives are also effective on their own. Spaghetti Scrubs last for months and because of their unique shape, they’re pliable enough for trickier cleaning jobs and tight spots such as corners, whisks, and behind faucets. The best part is they dry quickly and completely so there’s never a stinky or moldy sponge in your sink. After you’re done cleaning, just rinse your Spaghetti Scrub, and hang it on the faucet to dry.”
You can grab a 2-pack for $9 at Chef Tools.