Pack of 2 sponges
100% cellulose sponge
FSC recyclable packaging
Compostable at home
Perfect for most washing tasks
Made in Europe
Made from cellulose wood pulp that breaks down into harmless organic waste.
Toxin-free and not harmful to humans or ecosystems.
Does not release microplastics into the environment.
Requires less soap as washing up liquid is retained in the sponges.
Materials are 100% renewable.
FSC certified packaging with natural inks and 100% recyclable.
Can be composted at home – not yet suitable for industrial composting facilities.
Designed, packed and sent from the UK, made in trusted factories in the EU.
The Carbon footprint of this sponge is by 3 times through a partnership with the reforestation charity On A Mission.
Size: 21 x 5.5 x 8cm
Care and Aftercare
It’s best to dry out between uses to prevent mould.
Freshen up your sponges by washing in the dishwasher or washing machine on 30 or 40 degrees C.
Once well used, cut the sponge up(this speeds up composting!) and place it in a home compost bin.
If you don’t compost, you can pop these in your usual household waste.
The sponge will naturally start to breakdown after around 1 month.
Seep is an ethical and sustainable company that sells cleaning products such as washing up cloths, sponges and bin liners. It was born out of a frustration to find better household products that were aesthetically pleasing and, most importantly, plastic-free. All of Seeps products are made from renewable material sources. Their packaging is from FSC sources and they are working on sourcing an FSC cellulose.
As an ethical business, Seep are serious about reducing and offsetting their carbon footprint, choosing to partner with the reforestation charity On A Mission to help with this. Through the partnership, Seep have gone beyond being carbon neutral and are compensating more than their actual carbon footprint, so that they can be Climate Positive. This means that for each kg of carbon the business emits, they invest in forest regeneration projects that remove 3.5 times that amount of carbon from the atmosphere.