Clean and Drying Luffa In Oven
Drying Luffa In Oven: Immediately plunge a less-than-mature sponge into a bucket of water to wash out any juices that remain due to its only half-dry condition.
Although the sponge still will be white at that stage, it’s a good idea to soak it in a bleach solution to eliminate fungi and bacteria.
Mature sponges also should be immersed in bleach solution, of 4 tablespoons of bleach per 1 gallon of water,
both to kill contaminants and to brighten their naturally off-white color.
After disinfecting the sponges, rinse them with clean water and spread them in the sun to dry.
A porous surface works well for this purpose. You can turn screens into drying tables by laying them horizontally on top of sawhorses.
Microwave it to kill the germs.
Your microwave is a powerful weapon in killing germs and infection causing bacteria.
You can periodically microwave a synthetic loofah for two minutes to decontaminate it.
Before placing the loofah in microwave,
make sure it is completely wet and does not contain any metal parts to avoid the risk of fire
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