product review – sponge holder

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Small changes can have a big impact on your routines. Even better when the changes are inexpensive and easy to implement.

I have always kept the dishwashing sponge in a soap dish beside the kitchen sink, and even though I washed it regularly, it usually looked crusty. I had a beautiful ceramic soap dish that was a gift, and when it broke, I replaced it with a plastic soap dish. Not the most attractive solution, but I already had it and I reasoned that it was a temporary fix.

During my recent remodeling (which is still going on), I bought a few things to make the kitchen more functional. They didn’t all work out well, but the Cora sink cradle was a great find. My sink is steel and originally I was looking for a metal holder. This one was less expensive and can go in the dishwasher. I got the grey and clear one and you really don’t notice it sticking to the side of the sink.

Tiny tweak, tremendous transformation. I don’t suddenly love washing dishes, but the sponge dries well and I enjoy not seeing the grungy soap dish on the counter. Spectrum makes other products to hold dish brushes and multiple sponges, but I wanted something small and inconspicuous.

How do you store your kitchen sponges? Leave a comment, below, and let us know your recommendations.

This is not a sponsored post; I was not compensated by the manufacturer for the product reviewed. This post does contain an affiliate link, which may result in my receiving a small fee when you make a purchase through the link. This disclosure is being made in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

Marcie Lovett, Organized by Marcie
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