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3/08/2007

Veggie Scrubber

One of my favorite reuse creations are my vegetable scrubbers. You can make them out of any bag that vegetables come in. Onion bags work great and as you can see here I am using the bag that zucchini came in. Cut off any paper adhered to the bag and then simply roll it up, tie it. Play around with it to form the perfect shape for you. These scrubbers can also be used to help you clean stuck on food without scratching Teflon pots and pans.

4 comments:

jonnyskov said...

Do not mistake this item for something to scrub crusty baked-on food out of a casserole dish.

Gretchen said...

Well you can use it for that as I mentioned in the post but be sure to warn your darling hubby on which color scrubber to use. :)

Jessica said...

cool one Gretch. Will try it out.

nikki said...

I LOVE this idea! I tried it out and these bags work even better than a regular scratchy sponge.

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