Did you know that luffa sponges are actually a plant? They are cousins to cucumbers and grow on long vines. Our luffa was grown in our garden without any chemicals. Once dried, we do not use harsh chemicals to make them the bright white you may see in stores. We use a baking soda solution to clean them and they remain a natural color.
Luffas measure 5" long.
How to care for your luffa sponge. Rinse your loofah well after each use and squeeze or shake out excess water. Store it in a cool, dry place. Once a week, soak your luffa in a solution made up of 50/50 warm water and vinegar. Use for 3-4 weeks, then compost your used luffa.