'Loofie'  - Scouring Sponge Multi-Packs
'Loofie'  - Scouring Sponge Multi-Packs
'Loofie'  - Scouring Sponge Multi-Packs
Member Price

MSRP $90.00

'Loofie' - Scouring Sponge Multi-Packs

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
These are great! Durable and functional!

I use these for even the most greasy of pans and they get through everything! I even got my dad to start using these, too! They’re durable and even when they start to get yucky they still look nice! We’ve used them on grease, turmeric and foods that have been stuck for months (!!)

They ARE pretty darn special - durable yet gentle for non stick cookware. Thanks for the feedback Jamie!

The Loofie scouting pad works great. I like that it had both a cellulose side and a loofah side for when doing dishes. Only downfall o find is that the cellulose side takes a long time to dry completely. 

Terrific product

I love these little guys! They are so versatile, from wiping down a counter to scrubbing a dirty pot. They last a long time and can easily be cleaned in the dishwasher. They will have a home in my kitchen for a long time to come.

Great Plastic Free Product

I have used loofies to wash dishes, clean my sinks, scrub my shower tiles and wash my feet. It is nice that their is a bit of abrasion for a good scrub--however it is not really strong enough to do baked on gunk on dishes unless you presoak. Love that it is compostable!

Very good overall, could be more spongy.

It has a lot of uses around the house and I am happy with it overall. I just wish, solely for the dish cleaning purpose, that it is more spongy. Right now it absorbs the liquid perfectly, which means it also absorbs the dish soap perfectly... If it has a more porous structure, like a cellulose sponge, it would generate more foam and allow better use of the dish soap.

"The scrubby works great, and cleaned some caked on stuff on our cooking 'plaque' (not sure if that's an English word or not lol)...." - Jessica P



Ditch that plastic yellow & green scrub & sponge at last! Our plastic-free Loofie Scrubber (affectionately known as 'Loofie') is a combination of the gentle scrubbing power of the fibrous loofah plant and the quick drying, ultra absorbent cellulose-cotton cloth. They're even sewn together using cotton thread (rather than the all too commonly used polyester thread) which makes for reusable & biodegradable dish cleaning with absolutely no plastic and no petroleum. 

Plastic Free Club means Added Value  | In our retail shop, we'd sell the Loofie for $5 US a piece.  Over here at the Plastic Free Club, we've bundled them and dropped the price by up to 30%.  Keep your family stocked or partner up with a friend and start saving our planet and your pocket book! 


Use your new etee Loofie in the same way you'd use your old green & blue plastic sponge (but without the plastic!). The loofah side is an amazing scrubber - but it won't scratch your dishes! The cellulose side is good for wiping up messy dishes and cleaning more delicate dishes. Loofies can do more than clean dishes - try using one to help scrub the sink & tub, just like your old plastic sponge would!

To keep your Loofie Scrubber clean you can chuck a damp one into the microwave for 10 seconds, or lay it onto the top rack of your dishwasher for a cycle. Washing machines or clothes dryers are not recommended.

Change your Loofie every 3 to 5 weeks, depending on usage. When you're done with it, since it's fully biodegradable, you can chuck it in the garbage, compost or bury it the garden. Loofie will decompose within a month :).



Loofie Scrubbers have a layer of loofah plant paired with a layer of Swedish cloth, which are 100% natural and made of wood & cotton cellulose.


"I love how it's made of 100% natural materials for something we use on a daily basis and something closest to our mouth. I was always grossed out by thinking the bits and pieces of the sponge coming into my body, and you know the stuff is known for the home of thousands of germs. The 'loofah' side is great to scrape off food etc from the dishes, forks and knives without scratching them." Ikuko N