Bay Mill Pop-Up Sponges, Set of 3

  • Bay Mill Pop-Up Sponges for scratch-free cleaning on pots and pans, plates, glassware, barware, non-stick cookware, counters, and anywhere dirt exists
  • Proudly made in France; durable and reusable; compressed for compact storage and easy transport; won't scratch surfaces; set of 3
  • Sponges expand or pop-up to full size when water is added (3.25 x 4.25 x .75-inches); once sponge expands, it won't return to original compressed size
  • Tough on dirt, gentle on delicate surfaces; safe for nonstick cookware; dries quickly to reduce sour smells; great for bathroom, car washing, and more
  • Durable, reusable, wear-and-tear resistant; get more uses with less waste; can be cleaned and sanitized between uses by running through the dishwasher
Pop-Up Sponges by Bay Mill (formerly Clipper Mill) are tough on dirt yet gentle on delicate surfaces. They clean gently and are safe for delicate surfaces. Fast and easy cleanup without scratching or damaging surfaces has never been easier. Proudly Made in France. A favorite of cleaning supplies, the Pop-Up Sponges start in a compressed state for compact storage and easy transport to anywhere dirt exists. Do a thorough, yet gentle cleanup in the kitchen on pots and pans, plates, glassware, barware, and nonstick cookware. Use around the house for cleaning countertops, bathrooms, and other housekeeping tasks. Great from office to campsite, washing the car, and more. To use, simply add water and the sponge expands, or pops up, to full size (3.25 x 4.25 x .75-inches). Once sponge has expanded, it will not return to its initial compressed state. They dry quickly to help minimize sour smells. The scratch-free material is safe for use on all surfaces. Made in the France, Bay Mill Pop-Up Sponges are economical, reusable, wear-and-tear resistant to get more uses with less waste. Easily keep them clean and sanitized between uses by running them through the dishwasher, squeeze out excess water, and air dry. Set of 3 sponges.
Item Number: 0900
Catalog Page Number: 190