SpongeBath Kitchen Countertop Home

The Cleaning

Sponge Holder

Conveniently Cleans

Sponge While It's

Being Stored

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SpongeBath Kitchen Countertop Home

Powerful Concentrated

Cleaning Solution

Eco-Friendly Natural  

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Start clean – Stay Clean

Continuous Cleaning

SpongeBath stores your sponge in a natural cleaning solution that kills 99.99% of odor-causing bacteria, making smelly sponges a thing of the past. Use it in your home and office.

Powerful Solution

SpongeBath cleaning solution cleans and removes odors, soap scum, grease and mold stains keeping your sponges like new. Made from eco-friendly, safe and effective ingredients.

Superior Quality

SpongeBath is proudly designed, manufactured and assembled in the USA. Place it sink-side or mount inside your sink with our sink mounting bracket.

Why Use SpongeBath?

Sponges are the dirtiest items in our homes and sponges grow odor-causing bacteria rapidly! By the time your sponge is smelly, it is loaded with odor-causing bacteria! And sponge holders are dirty too! So, unless you throw out your sponge after every single use, or clean it AND the sponge holder (or wherever you store your sponge) after every single use, you are cleaning with a dirty sponge and spreading odor-causing bacteria as you use your sponge.

Why throw out a perfectly good sponge just because it smells? Sponges soak in our powerful, patent-pending cleaning solution while they are being stored, so sponges are continuously cleaned while not being used, giving you a fresh clean sponge every time.


Sponges should be cleaned after every use. Other cleaning methods are impractical and inconvenient. SpongeBath continuously cleans your sponge in between uses. That's why I use SpongeBath and that's why I recommend it."

– Dr. Keri Peterson | Internal Medicine

Keeping a sponge clean is difficult because odor-causing bacteria doubles every 20 minutes. It’s not good enough to periodically clean your sponge or throw your sponge out once a week. SpongeBath kills 99.99% of odor-causing bacteria and is the only clean sponge holder.

– Dr. Jessica Tyler | Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College

“I love SpongeBath. I think it’s a great product that solves a real problem."

– Kevin Harrington | Shark Tank


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