DIY Zero-Waste Reusable Sponges: A New One Minute Video

If transforming your home into a more eco-friendly place is important to you, then this zero-waste reusable sponge a good alternative to those traditional throw-away plastic dish sponges.

DIY zero waste reusable sponges

Made from small scraps of fabric and a mesh fruit bag that would’ve otherwise been thrown away, this project will also use up some remnants from past projects. Choose colors and patterns to brighten up your kitchen and make washing dishes fun again.

Materials needed for DIY zero waste reusable sponges

When you’re finished scrubbing, just toss it in your washing machine with some towels and dry it on low heat. It’s the sponge that keeps on giving.

DIY zero waste reusable sponges

For the complete step-by-step photo tutorial, click here.

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Happy Sewing!


About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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9 Responses to DIY Zero-Waste Reusable Sponges: A New One Minute Video

  1. Linda L says:

    Clever idea and one I can definitely use! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Karin Felbermayr says:


  3. Nancy says:

    I love that blue fabric! Can you tell me the manufacturer and the name of the print?

  4. Cool and simple Tutorial! ❤

  5. Jonas B. says:

    Being recyclable and reusable products will help us to improve the quality of the land, prevent water contamination, and conserve biodiversity.
    In our community we fight agaist climate changing and provide families with eco-friendly, sustainable and reusable alternatives

  6. Millimari says:

    When I saw this tutorial, I made a point of buying lemons in a mesh bag as I wanted to try this outl. A very clever idea and a very well-working, reusable sponge. Thank you for sharing!

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