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Soap Silicone Kitchen Sponge

Posted By: Bohaokitchentools

Date: Mon, 1 Aug 2022

Price: $2.00

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https://www.bohaokitchentools.com/products/soap-shape-silicone-scrub-brush.html


This silicone washing up sponge is soap shape silicone scrub brush.
The shape is cute.
We can use silicone scrub brush dishes to clean brush bowls, pans, cups, and so on.
Silicone scrubber sponge can be applied for BBQ preparation,  meat tearing, kitchen hot potholder.
Soap Shape Silicone Scrub Brush
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Soap Shape Silicone Scrub Brush Technical Details
The soap shape silicone scrub brush is designed to be dish scrubbers.
The size of the kitchen sponge is:13*7cm and 13*8.3cm.
Item No. Description
BH-B003 Soap shape silicone brush
Size:13*7cm
Weight:30.2g
BH-B004 Soap shape silicone brush
Size:13*8.3cm
Weight:45g
Pros of Soap Silicone Kitchen Sponge



Soap silicone washing up sponge is made with cute design with different shapes and colors
Portable size is convenient to carry. 


Gallery Soap Silicone Kitchen Sponge


The silicone funny kitchen utensils set can be sterilized in boiled water, microwave.



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