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GOODBYE detergent

Hate dishpan hands? Hate harmful abrasives? Well say hello to these wonderful kitchen scrubbing cloths from designer Hiroki Hayashi. Part of the Goodbye detergent collection, these scrubbing utensils are made from recycled corncobs, and peachpits. The natural abrasives in these materials don’t require any additional detergent, however you can feel free to use  a bit of soap if you want. Available currently at the Cooper-Hewitt design shop. You can also find out about the entire line at the LEC International site.


2 Responses to "GOODBYE detergent"

  1. lisa h. on September 25, 2009 at 9:34 am said:

    Wow, what an intriguing item. I might have to try one out…

  2. Lindsay {Shrimp} on October 2, 2009 at 11:28 am said:

    These are so neat and look deceptively like little bundles of pasta!

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