Skip to Content

The Simple Kitchen Sponge Hack You Need To Do Today


Warning: array_filter() expects parameter 1 to be array, int given in /home/customer/www/creativeramblingsblog.com/public_html/wp-includes/kses.php on line 1193
The Simple Kitchen Sponge Hack You Need To Do Today

Share this post

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.  #GiveItASparkle #CollectiveBias

How much time do you spend in your kitchen?  Specifically, at your kitchen sink?  I feel like I could make imprints in the floor with the amount of time I spend there.  My family likes to eat and we love to cook, which creates a lot of dishes.  I did something with my kitchen sink last week that has made dish duty so much more pleasant.  This simple kitchen sponge hack is crazy easy and I guarantee you are going to want to grab a pack of these colorful new sponges and do this in your kitchen sink today.

Subscribe to Creative Ramblings for 50+ printables, graphics cut files and more. Don’t miss another post. 

This post contains affiliate links, view my full disclosure policy here

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

One of my least favorite parts of doing the dishes is finding a wet stinky sponge at the bottom of the sink under a pile of dirty dishes. Typically because it fell in and everyone piled their dishes on top of it.  There are much better ways to start a load of dishes.  I used one simple supply to keep my sponge out of the sink and fresh for when I need it.

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

I used a large Command Hook, big enough to hold an ocelo™ No-Scratch Scrub Sponge, and attached it to the counter just above my sink.  Right next to the soap where I need it.

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

This simple kitchen sponge hack keeps my sponge out of the sink and nice and fresh to wash my dishes.  Seriously, so simple yet it makes a huge difference.

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

Doing dishes is not one of my favorite tasks, but it needs to get done.  I put what I can in the dishwasher then work to empty my sink so I can get on with my day.  If I’m stuck behind the sink I want to add a little fun to my chore.  I keep bright accessories on my counter, yummy smelling soap, and bright effective ocelo no-scratch scrub sponges on hand.

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

ocelo no-scratch scrub sponges are my go to especially for those dishes that cannot go in the dishwasher.  These new colorful sponges are safe and effective on non stick cookware, tile, glassware, and stainless steel.  This simple kitchen sponge hack has made dish duty bearable.

The simple kitchen sponge hack you need to do today #GiveItASparkle #ad

Are dishes your responsibility?  Tell me, who in your house would appreciate this sponge hack the most?

Thanks for visiting!

Creative Ramblings signature

dish-towel-kitchen-art-feature

Framed Kitchen Wall Art

Share this post

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Julie

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

Sweet hack! It looks like it will do the job. My man bought a sponge holder that has suction cups to stick to the sink/backsplash.

Nope.

This I will try!

kyra

Sunday 3rd of February 2019

Yeah I just bought one of those myself. It works fine, but if you have two small sinks instead of one big one, the sponge hanger takes up a lot of space in the sink. I like this idea. I am going to try it!

Therese Kelly

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

Great idea. Simple but makes a big difference

Nanci

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

This is a smart great idea. I also can’t touch a sponge that’s been left in the sink. I throw many away that my family lets in water.

If a sponge isn’t very bad and just a little dirty they say you can put it in the microwave and it kills the germs. I’ve done that a few times for 30 seconds

Sarah

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

Great idea! I've run mine through the dishwasher too.

Pat Merrick

Saturday 2nd of February 2019

It’s my understanding that sponges are loaded with germs no matter how hard you try to keep them clean. I never use them myself. I stick with the old-fashioned dish cloths and I use a fresh one everyday.

Michelle

Monday 1st of August 2016

I hate it when the sponge gets gross. Once it's sitting in the sink, I refuse to touch it. #client

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.