There are always sponges under my kitchen sink. I hadn’t really put any thought to uses for them besides cleaning. I found there are many other uses for them, that will save you money over buying other products for these jobs.
- No more ooey gooey soap if you use a sponge as a soap dish.
- Place sponges in the crisper draw of your fridge to soak up any excess moisture.
- Remove pet hair from your furniture or clothing easily by rubbing a damp sponge over it.
- Make your own ice packs but saturating a sponge and freezing it in a zipper bag.
- To avoid scuff marks cut sponges into pieces and glue to the bottom of vases, furniture and picture frames.
- Put sponges in the bottom of your umbrella holder to soak up those rain drops.
- Sprout your seeds on a damp sponge. Cover it with a glass bowl and place in a sunny spot.
- Deodorize your fridge by putting baking soda on a damp sponge.
- Soak a sponge in diluted fabric softener in hot water to break down the adhesive when removing wall paper.
- Place sponges in the bottom of your planters and pots to retain more water for your plants.