Skura Style

Skura Antimicrobial Sponge (8-Pack)

$30
Skura Style

Skura Antimicrobial Sponge (8-Pack)

$30
4.5 Stars / 26 Reviews
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Spic-and-span.

Nothing stinks quite as bad as a kitchen sponge that’s past its prime (you can never quite get that smell off your hands). And, well, the bacteria that’s causing those odors is the last thing you want on your clean dishes. Opt instead for Skura Style sponges, which harbor 99% less E. coli than traditional cellulose sponges because they’re made from a patented, quick-drying polyurethane foam base.

They’re also treated with an antimicrobial agent to help prevent the growth of mold and mildew (how’s that for extra clean?). Then, as the sponge reaches the end of its lifespan—usually over the course of a few weeks—the Skura logo will fade from the surface, letting you know that it’s time to toss it.

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The name “skura” comes from the Swedish word that means scour, and these sponges are tough enough to do just that. There’s a scrubby pad on one side and absorbent foam on the other. Plus, they’re less likely to get scruffy after a few uses—no shredded bits of sponge here, thanks. The non-abrasive side is safe for your ceramic plates and nonstick pans (always test ’em out carefully first, since cookware coatings vary across brands). If you want to give your Skuras an extra refresh, feel free to toss ’em in the dishwasher.

Spic-and-span.

Nothing stinks quite as bad as a kitchen sponge that’s past its prime (you can never quite get that smell off your hands). And, well, the bacteria that’s causing those odors is the last thing you want on your clean dishes. Opt instead for Skura Style sponges, which harbor 99% less E. coli than traditional cellulose sponges because they’re made from a patented, quick-drying polyurethane foam base.

They’re also treated with an antimicrobial agent to help prevent the growth of mold and mildew (how’s that for extra clean?). Then, as the sponge reaches the end of its lifespan—usually over the course of a few weeks—the Skura logo will fade from the surface, letting you know that it’s time to toss it.

Free Standard Shipping on Orders $149+
and Easy-Breezy Returns

The name “skura” comes from the Swedish word that means scour, and these sponges are tough enough to do just that. There’s a scrubby pad on one side and absorbent foam on the other. Plus, they’re less likely to get scruffy after a few uses—no shredded bits of sponge here, thanks. The non-abrasive side is safe for your ceramic plates and nonstick pans (always test ’em out carefully first, since cookware coatings vary across brands). If you want to give your Skuras an extra refresh, feel free to toss ’em in the dishwasher.

Meet the Maker

Skura Style

Charlotte , NC
Alison and Linda became best friends after winning their 2nd grade spelling bee. Turns out they’re not just meticulous about words either—they also love keeping their spaces sparkling-clean. They believe kitchen sponges should be easy on the eyes and scrub like a dream. And—ta da!—they made it happen.
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