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6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each

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6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
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6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
6 to 7-3/4 inches Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Bathing, Cleaning and Painting - $8.25 each
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Assorted Natural Unbleached Sea Sponge for Sale measuring between 6 inches and 7-3/4 inches for bathing, cleaning and painting. Our sea sponge have not been bleached and are 100% real - not synthetic They will vary greatly in type, shape, size and coloring. No 2 will be identical.  They are harvested by divers.  Sponge diving has been a family tradition in many areas around the Mediterranean Sea and off the coast of Florida. They have been used as cleaning tools for thousands of years. Sea sponge is used by artists, home decorators and painters.  It can also be used for washing vehicles and boats, general household cleaning and for bathing.  When wet, it becomes very soft.

 Sea sponges are very simple animals that live on the ocean floor. They attach themselves permanently to an anchorage, and move sea water through their bodies, filtering out tiny organisms for food. The channels that the water flows through account for their hole-riddled structure, and is what makes their composition so useful.