Tuesday, April 28, 2015

How to make sponges interesting

Mylar, aluminum foil, hand sanitizer and parchment paper are all remarkable materials with lots of uses. But sponges? Seriously, how useful can a sponge be?

According to my brother, who sent me these links, quite.

Click here, here, and here to see what I mean.

Some hacks that impressed me: make improvised 'feet' for a dish to keep it from scratching a the table it's resting on; snip and insert into toddler's shoe to fill out too-large shoes, make sponge building blocks and make a mini-greenhouse by combining a wet sponge, some seeds and clear glass bowl over the whole setup.

Sponges are cool. Who knew?

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