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Heart Silicone Washing Up Sponge

Posted By: Bohaokitchentools

Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2022

Price: $2.00

Mobile: +0662-3137588

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https://www.bohaokitchentools.com/products/heart-shape-silicone-dish-cleaner.html


This silicone kitchen sponge is heart shape silicone dish cleaner. The shape is lovely.
And this dishwashing silicone scrubber with soft bristles provides a gentle scrubbing experience with a comfortable grip and will not slip out of wet hands.


Heart Silicone Washing Up Sponge Technical Details
It is easy to clean and prevents the formation of any odor. After using the tableware, you can quickly dry the silicone dishwashing sponge.
The size of the heart shape silicone dish scrubber is:12.5*12.5cm.


Heart Silicone Washing Up Sponge Pros
The silicone kitchen sponge surface is not easy to absorb stains, avoid bacterial growth
high-quality silicone material has good stability and is not easily deformed
Healthy without scratches-the kitchen silicone scrubber is soft and scratch-resistant.


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We mainly produces all unique kitchen tools including kitchen ceramic knives, kitchen scissors, silicone kitchen utensils and so on.



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