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Asda Bath Sponges

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Type: Sponge / Brand: Asda / Accessory Type: Sponge / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types

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      28.08.2012 09:18
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      A great value sponge

      I bought these sponges from Asda as I was finding it a little difficult to find a nice soft blue sponge for using in a baby hamper, as you get two sponges in the packet one white and one blue I put the white one in my own bathroom for use. The sponges as the name would suggest were from Asda and cost just over 50p for the pack of two which I think is fantastic value. The sponges came in an see through plastic wrapper with very little detail on it just the basis name of the store and name of the product and as it was see through you could see the two sponges side by side inside. The packet is easy to open by simply pulling the two sides apart like you would with a packet of crisps, the sponges inside are a decent size and are shaped with rounded edges. The sponges are not really soft that you could use on a baby but they are not really rough either and my nearly two year old daughter uses the sponge without any isses. I like the sponges and have found that when you wet it and put a little shower gel on it the shower gel lathers really nicely and right through the sponge so it helps the shower gel go a little further. The sponge can take uite a bit of rinsing to wash all the sopa out of it if you put too much on and then of course that uses more water so you really do only need a little shower gel when using it. The blue sponge is a nice light blue colour which I used for a little boys hamper and the white probably isn't really the best colour as it does discolour a little so it is now more of an off white colour than bright white like it was. These sponges are well worth the price you pay and we are planning on buying another packet so myself and my daughter can cut some shapes out to do some painting with them which gives us a cheap activity for fun during the long 6 weeks.

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