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One of the best things about loofahs is they are biodegradable and a natural fibre. They don’t put any plastic or synthetic material into the ecosystem or landfills.
You can clean the top of your stove, your cabinet doors, tough spots on the floor, or anything else in the kitchen with your luffa without fear of damaging your surfaces. If you have a tough pan to clean, but don’t want to scratch the finish, grab your luffa sponge. It’s abrasive, but the natural fibres won’t scratch Teflon or any other surface.
When you get your shoes super muddy, you can use luffas to scrub the mud out of the treads. It works super easy and loofas clean rinse with just a little water. Luffas are wonderful for not holding on to the grime you clean with them.
You can slice a round of luffa and place it in your soap dish so your soap will sit up out of any collected water. It’s great to help make your soap last longer and save you money. They are really tough to cut unless you use a serrated knife, it will cut through them like butter!
You can use them as a shower sponge to exfoliate, best to just once or twice a week. Wet the loofah with warm water to soften it. Apply soap to the loofah sponge. Rub the skin gently in a circular motion for a few seconds working your way all over your face. Move down your neck and continue until your whole body is exfoliated. Make sure to store it in a place where it can completely dry between uses because it can cultivate bacteria while left between the shower, it is important to change periodically and because it is ecofriendly you don't have to feel guilty to throw it away, actually you can reuse it in your garden: You can use the fibres of the luffa in water to hold a plant you’re trying to root or as a planting medium similar to coco coir or peat. They would make a great stem holder for an arrangement of flowers too.