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Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each

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Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
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Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
Wholesale natural sea sponges 6 to 7-3/4 inches comes in assorted shapes - 2 pcs @ $5.75 each; 12 pcs @ $5.00 each
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Wholesale natural sea sponges measuring between 6 inches and 7-3/4 inches. They have been used as cleaning tools for thousands of years. If you love your car, you might want a large natural sea sponge to wash it with. When wet, sea sponges are very soft, much softer than their artificial cousins, and much less likely to damage a finish. Some women prefer the gentle texture of a sea sponge to apply makeup, and remove it. Artists have always used sea sponges, both in clean-up of their tools and as another way to apply paint to a surface. Home decorators are now often 'sponging' paint on walls to create a particular look, such as a faux marble or stone.

Sea sponges are very simple animals that live on the ocean floor. They attach themselves permanently to an anchorage, and move sea water through their bodies, filtering out tiny organisms for food. The channels that the water flows through account for their hole-riddled structure, and is what makes their composition so useful. They are harvested by divers; sponge-diving has been a family tradition in many areas around the Mediterranean Sea and off the coast of Florida in the U.S.