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Pack of three raw loofahs. Natural eco friendly zero waste Sitti Kitchen and Bath Loofah. Available at the Clean Crate Add-on shop and can be added to Clean Crate Subscription Box

Kitchen & Bath Loofah Scrubber (set of 3)

$13.00

Sitti

Sitti's Kitchen & Bath Loofah Scrubber are raw, natural, not sprayed, treated or sewn. Each piece expands and can be cut to your appropriate size. Use in the kitchen or the bathroom to clean surfaces or on your body! They are super versatile and can be used for multiple purposes.

When you are finished with your Sitti Loofah Sponge, simply bury it in the soil or throw it in with your other compost materials!

  • Compostable 
  • Zero Waste

Based out of Toronto, Sitti is a social enterprise that offers natural lifestyle products while educating, employing and empowering its artisans from Middle Eastern refuge camps.

In 2014, Noora Sharrab and Jacqueline Sofia began working with a motivated group of women in Jordan’s Jerash “Gaza” Refugee Camp to build the foundation for a social enterprise that would educate, employ and empower.

Today, Sitti maintains its commitment to providing fair wage employment to its growing staff of 13 women and men, as well as providing financial and in-kind support to several beneficiary programs that contribute towards the enterprise’s social mission.

Details

Sitti's Kitchen & Bath Loofah Scrubber are raw, natural, not sprayed, treated or sewn. Each piece expands and can be cut to your appropriate size. Use in the kitchen or the bathroom to clean surfaces or on your body! They are super versatile and can be used for multiple purposes.

When you are finished with your Sitti Loofah Sponge, simply bury it in the soil or throw it in with your other compost materials!

Why We Love It

  • Compostable 
  • Zero Waste

About The Brand

Based out of Toronto, Sitti is a social enterprise that offers natural lifestyle products while educating, employing and empowering its artisans from Middle Eastern refuge camps.

In 2014, Noora Sharrab and Jacqueline Sofia began working with a motivated group of women in Jordan’s Jerash “Gaza” Refugee Camp to build the foundation for a social enterprise that would educate, employ and empower.

Today, Sitti maintains its commitment to providing fair wage employment to its growing staff of 13 women and men, as well as providing financial and in-kind support to several beneficiary programs that contribute towards the enterprise’s social mission.