Spongester 2.0
Spongester 2.0
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Spongester 2.0

A stainless steel rack helps expunge bacteria by separating your "good sponge" and "evil sponge."

$28.00

Useful and attractive addition to the kitchen sink

5

We keep different sponges for dishes vs general dirt (e.g. floor), and this is great for tidying up the area next to the faucet while keeping them apart.

New England

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Been coveting this item for years

5

I have been wanting this forever. I use sponges in my kitchen, one for dishes and one for the floor, etc (I have kids and a dog, right? Need I elaborate?) This is the best way to keep them straight. I should have bought it years ago. It's clever, a little cheeky, and well designed.

Columbia, MD

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Evil Sponge Be Gone!

5

Heavy duty steel looks pretty industrial on the sink. The words Good and Evil are printed on the top and bottom shelf so its easy to know which sponge to use for the dog dish (the evil one, sorry doggy!)

Manhattan

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Great spong holder

5

This is an elegant addition to my kitchen

Pensacola, Fl

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It's back! I bought 3 more!!

5

Makes it so easy to keep the sponges straight for the "good" and "evil" uses.

Illinois

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Fun and innovative

5

Best gift ever. I love the design and it keeps me company while cooking and washing dishes with its positive mood!

New York, NY

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A Kitchen Necessity

5

It's about time someone developed a holder for our sponges. It's so important that the sponge doesn't sit on the sink and gather germs. This works great, with air holes to keep the sponge dry and keep out germs. Excellent Design!!

San Rafael, California

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Useful and funny!

5

The sponge holder sits by my kitchen sink always, keeping it more organized.

Austin, Tx

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Will last a lifetime quality product

5

I have it on my kitchen sink

Liverpool NY

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Great!

5

had to have it!

Berkeley CA

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Spongester 2.0

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