Bath sponge

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any one of several varieties of coarse commercial sponges, especially Spongia equina.

See also: Sponge

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Some critics joked about Cyrus wearing a bed cover, while others said that she looked like a bath sponge.
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The 2-in-l gentle bath sponge includes the massaging soap and the sponge, in a single product, while the line is formulated with marine extracts for softer, smoother skin, so every day can be a spa experience.
A gift from the sea, the luxurious bath sponge will keep you gently clean.
Luffa/Loofah Aegyptiaca, used for centuries by Asian and African cultures as a food source, sponge-like seed pod is also used in various applications such as soaps, mats; and, more commonly, a bath sponge.
This soccer can bring back crowds – even on a field like a soaking bath sponge upon which the heavens sprayed a syphon of merciless rain.
In the bath accessories sphere, Ecotools has also introduced a new, netted Ecopouf Delicate Bath Sponge.
According to Dr Muhammad Halwani, a member of AHC and a consultant in Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology, one of the leading culprits is your bath sponge.
Spacepop Bath Sponge THIS multi-coloured and rocket-shaped bath sponge is ideal for livening up bathtime, and children of any age will love the bright stripes.
a piece of bath sponge cut to fit snugly in the bottom of the cup
A teetering pile of boxes topples over to represent the Wall and a bath sponge serves as Franz's young son.
A common bath sponge is the key to a new experiment by The Birdhouse Network, a citizen-science project from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in Ithaca, New York.