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Kitchen sponges can accumulate food and microbes when used for long periods of time and are not thoroughly cleaned. The moisture and food particles in a dirty sponge make it a perfect environment for microorganisms to grow (such as bacteria and fungi). Their waste products give the sponge a distinctive smell. If your sponge is smelly or over 1 month old, it's time to throw it away! Remember to replace your sponges every month with Calendar Sponge.

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Killing those germs

Sponges harbor germs! Over the course of a month, sponges grow and harbor billions of harmful germs and bacteria. Therefore, they should be sanitized and replaced every month. Remember when it's time to replace your sponges with Calendar Sponge! Sold as a 1 yr supply of quality foam sponges with each calendar month printed on the face, Calendar Sponge reminds you to replace your sponges and gives you a fresh sponge each month! Order yours at www.calendarsponge.com.

How often do you need to clean your kitchen sponge? This article has some great tips for cleaning and sanitizing your sponges! And don't forget, even with regularly cleaning, experts advise you should change your month every month. Remember when it's time to change your sponges with Calendar Sponge! The 12-pack design provides a fresh sponge for each month of the year! And since the month is printed on the face of the sponge, it reminds you when it's time to throw it away!

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The kitchen sponge is 200,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat - and could even lead to PARALYSIS

"Friend or foe? Far from being a tool to clean your home, the sponge could be making it dirtier and more dangerous. There are 10 million bacteria per square inch of a dirty kitchen sponge." Reduce the spread of bacteria and germs in your home with Calendar Sponge! It's the only sponge system on the market that reminds you when it's time to change your sponges and provides a fresh sponge for every month of the year!

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What's the difference between cellulose sponges and those other kitchen sponges?

What's the difference between cellulose sponges and those other kitchen sponges? #kitchen

EatingWell.com - 10 Unhealthy Habits You Need to Break Now | #10 - Not Changing or Sanitizing Your Kitchen Sponge Frequently Enough! | Kitchen sponges can harbor 150x more bacteria, mold and yeast than your toothbrush holder! ICK! This is why leading authorities recommend cleaning sponges between use and replacing them once a month. Calendar Sponge makes it easy to remember when it's time to change your sponges & provides a fresh sponge for every month of the year! calendarsponge.com

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Germapalooza: How to Keep Kitchen Sponges Clean

TLC Cooking "Germapalooza: How to Keep Kitchen Sponges Clean" What's the most germ-infested room in the house? If you guessed the bathroom, you're wrong. The kitchen earns the distinction, largely because of the sponges we use to clean our dishes and countertops. Reduce the spread of bacteria and germs in your home with Calendar Sponge! We're the only sponge on the market that lets you know when it's time to replace your sponges!! www.calendarsponge.com

How to Protect Yourself from Foodborne Illness. To prevent the spread of dangerous germs and bacteria in the home, experts advise you should sanitize sponges between use and replace them every month. Remember when it's time to change your sponges with Calendar Sponge! Packaged as a 1 year supply of sponges with each calendar month printed on the face, Calendar Sponge reminds you to replace your sponges and provides you with a fresh sponge every month! Order at www.calendarsponge.com

3 Quick Ways to Disinfect Your Kitchen Sponges! And remember, even when sponges are sanitized regularly, they should still be replaced every 30 days.

10 Unexpected Things Dirtier Than Your Toilet! Can you guess what's #1?! Kitchen Sponges! "Kitchen sponges are 200,000 times dirtier than a toilet seat, with 10 million bacteria per square inch." YUCK! Change your sponges every month with Calendar Sponge!

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How to Deep Clean the Kitchen

Step by step plan to help you deep clean your kitchen. Free printable included. //cleanandscentsible.com

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20 Quick and Easy Ways to Get Healthier Fast

Dish sponges can get dirty quick. Nuke the sponge for 30 seconds or put in your dishwasher cycle to zap germs. | Health.com

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Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months

Cleaning Hack: How to Have Spotless Windows for Months - this will forever change the way you wash windows! #blessedbeyondcrazy #hacks

This post teaches how to clean windows like window cleaning pros do, in seconds, using a squeegee. It also says that newspaper is actually not good to use and Rain-X helps keep your windows clean for a longer period of time! Super helpful!

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The Easiest Way to Clean Your Washer

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37 Deep Cleaning Tips Every Obsessive Clean Freak Should Know

How to clean moldy water bottles life hack: Use a vinegar or a very weak bleach solution if your water bottle isn’t dishwasher-safe (or if you don’t own a dishwasher).

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Getting Rid of Boy Bathroom Stink

Embarrassing bathroom smell? Tips for getting rid of the urine smell from a mom of four boys!

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23 Ways To Make Your Car Cleaner Than It's Ever Been

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9 Things I Learned From Cleaning Every Day For A Month

9 Things I Learned From Cleaning Every Day For A Month (from a woman who hates to clean!)

Heart or cardiac muscle with capillaries passing amongst the heart muscle fibers. by Dr. Dennis Kunkel