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Marbrasse Diatomite Soap Dish, Fast Water Drying Soap Bar Holder, Absorbent Soap Saver and Clay Coasters 2 Pack, Made from Self-Dry Diatomaceous Earth (Beige Oblong)
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- SAFE AND CHEMICAL FREE- Hand made from all natural diatomite without any chemical additives , our absorbant soap dish is safe, fast self-drying and a new way of green life
- MAXIMUM WATER ABSORBENCY- The tray soaks up water immediately, and gets dry in a a few minutes, prevents soap from getting soggy and waterlogged
- ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION- Allow the soap and the deck nearby to dry immediately,prevents soap from getting soggy could become you are perfect bathroom partner.
- MULTI-FUNCTION - Originated from Japan, this product can be used as a soap holder, a drink coaster, a refrigerator peculiar smell absorber, a cabinet dessicator and a car air purifier with its super absorbent character .
- EASY TO CLEAN- Rinse with clean water or use detergent and dry in ventilation places
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Diatomite is a kind of natural siliceous rocky soil accumulated over millennia in fresh water lakes, with neutral PH value, safe, light and soft texture.
It has been widely used and welcomed in the Pacific countries like Japan and South Korea. And it is getting hotter and popular in the U.S.
It is a new trendy fashion of modern, stylish, and green way of living.
Maximizes The Soap Duration - Normal soap turns to a liquid mush and end up like lotion. The best thing to extend the soap duration is to dry the soap ASAP .
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Somewhere in the universe I complained about this dish showing stains. The seller suggested using a piece of sandpaper - it works! I want to clear up the issue with two pictures. I still *really* like these "clay coasters" as a soap dish. I've had these two for 10 months now.
Dish #1 - this one I cleaned up with an old plastic gift card. The rounded corners of the card are perfect for cleaning out the grooves. On the right, the groves are a bit disfigured because on a previous cleaning I used a kitchen scrubby and got too aggressive. So I restored the groves with a Dremel - not doing a very good job so this dish goes in the shower.
Dish #2 - used on the vanity it gets a lot more use and you can see the discoloration from the green/blue soap. I should have cleaned the stone long ago - the goo mess is my fault, trust me it never looks like this normally. But on the right you see it cleaned up nicely in less the five minutes with a coarse #60 sandpaper and a little water (you could probably use a #100 finer grade). Remember, this is a relatively soft stone, don't be too aggressive in cleaning.
I use a "men's" bar soap that would turn to mush in my previous soap dish - sitting in it's own water runoff. I now have one of these stones on my vanity counter (no dish) and one in the shower niche. There is NO sloppy mess in either place, no ugly runoff. The water gets soaked up and the run-off soap just dries. Per instructions, it's a good idea to rinse and clean the stone every 10 days -common sense - because the soap will cake up. And yes (per another complaint here) if you're gone a few days the soap will stick to the stone but - that is NOT a big deal at all. I'm not a liquid soap person and these stones are great for bar soap users.