You Should Be Disinfecting Your Sponges...
COVID-19 has changed the world. That's an undeniable, understated fact. Stores continue to struggle with complex inventory projections, while suppliers are mass-producing items on an unprecedented scale.
"Clorox, the world’s largest producer of disinfectant cleaning materials, said their cleaning wipes will remain difficult to buy well into 2021," reports Live 5 News
It's the time for conservation, and adaptation. For instance, a standard pack of sponges is around $2 for four. That's not a steep price so when a sponge gets dirty, it's easier to toss out and replace.
But did you know you could make those cheap sponges last longer?
Soak your sponge in water and then place it in the microwave for one to two minutes. The microwave can kill up to 99.9% of germs.