I was trying to find a little gadget I love for taking out poached cups and I couldn’t find it, but I came across this. I know a lot of you use sponges and I thought of you—-It is sold exclusively at Uncommon Goods. It is $28.00. Maybe next week I will have found my little gadget I want to rave about to you.
To wipe out bad guys (germs), you have to sink to their level–the kitchen sink, to be exact. This industrial-grade stainless steel rack helps expunge bacteria while keeping it clean with two distinct shelves for your separate sponges. A slot for your “good sponge” (used for counter top and dishes) and “evil sponge” (sink and drain) helps you keep track of your scrubbers without sacrificing space or style.
Here is one of their reviews on this product:
Love the intended function of separating sponges by use & the sleek look. Works great as long as your sponges are wet, but, as some other reviewers have also pointed out, my dry sponges constantly slide off when subjected to the normal bumps & vibrations caused by using a sink area (turning on water, etc.) A simple low lip on the front would fix this flaw and make this product perfect.
I am a cloth kind of gal and I switch out every day for a clean cloth in the kitchen. What do you use? A sponge or cloth?