Sunday, October 21, 2012

Eco friendly kitchen scrubber

I hear a lot of buzz about recycling around earth day, but then the buzz go away...until the next year around earth day.
I have to say, I am always in a recycling mode, that being reusing, repurposing and recycle.
And this is NOT just for the sake of saving money. 

My husband always tells me that I am resourceful, and I do take that as a compliment, because being resourceful means making the most with what you got...which it happens to be my motto in life.
So today I am going to show
you and easy way to reuse produce nets.
I promise you these are very safe to use on pots and pans.
I tried to take a lot of pictures of the process.
I used a total of 3 nets.


Cut the top and bottom of the net.

 Fold 2 of the nets and insert in the 3rd one.

 Twist 
 and roll the net on itself.

Make a knot and 
enjoy your new scrubber.
Easy.

Stay Frugal,

18 comments:

Tania @ Out Back said...

Great recycling Daniela!

I made something similar but crocheted around the edge. I also made a soap saver from produce nets. Crocheted around the top and threaded a tie through...

x

samispeak said...

Smart, Daniela! I've never thought of anything like it!

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I don't ever have those bags, but hta is a good way to reuse them.

Amy - while wearing heels said...

You are BRILLIANT. Your husband is right, you are resourceful. I am really impressed, like in awe. What a great idea.

Cristina Garay said...

Pretty clever! Onions are the ones I usually get in this type of bag. I'm going to save it next time!

Katherines Corner said...

we recycle everything possible. Love this! xo

Jill Flory of Sew a Fine Seam said...

How totally amazingly thrifty and cool! Love this idea!

Kerry said...

Great idea! I'll save my net bags next time.

One More Time said...

Now that is a Great idea!!!

craftythriftydecoratingwifemom said...

Frugal and creative you are! We all get produce bags, but how many think to use them like this?
I used some flannel pjs the pup decided to chew up (had a fascination/need to destroy ties), cut them up and use as dry Swiffer mop covers. We use old towels to clean off dogs feet when they come in muddy (12 of them!), I'm going to use someone else's idea to make 2-sided non-paper towels with flannel & terry as gifts, but coming up with fresh ideas, I turn to fellow bloggers for that :-).
Janet

Laurie said...

what a great idea! You are so clever!!
I had my blog hacked and my google account, I had to start a new one, right from the ground up, I have joined as a follower again, I hope you might visit me again,

twelve-O-eight said...

This is a great idea! I gave up paper towels almost a year ago and really don't miss them. However I never knew how to make these until now!

xoxo, Tanya

Kathie said...

Very frugal idea! I have thought to make a scrubby with them but never tried to make it work! You've done it and it looks simple enough to make it worthwhile to do.

Libby said...

I knew there had to be a use for these things! And now you've just shown me the perfect "craft." Thanks. This will really come in handy. Especially for those cast iron pots!

Mel@Mellywood's Mansion said...

That is truly remarkable! Genius! stopping by from transformation Thursday

Terrie said...

GREAT idea. You inspired me. We got such nets for onions, oranges and sorts of from grocery. I'll make use of them. Thanks for sharing.

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Great idea for a scrubbie...thank you so much. Love to recycle and this is a terrific way of using these mesh bags. I am now a follower of your blog and look forward to return visits. I invite you to join me as well on my blog at http://atastefultouch.blogspot.com
Hugs, Gayle.

Stacey said...

Cool idea - very green!!
Love that!
Thanks for linking up!
Stacey of Embracing Change