How to Preserve a Sea Sponge



There are over 9,000 species of sea sponge around the world, with only a few species soft enough for human use. While living in their natural habitat, sponges are covered in black colored skin. The tan or light brown remains that make up the sponge are its skeletal remains. These remains are good for painting, cleaning, bath products and other uses. But if you want your sponge to last, you have to take care of it.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Natural sea sponge
Gloves
Rubbing alcohol
Plastic container with lid

Put on your gloves. If don't, you risk cutting your hands on the sharp, glass-like material embedded deep inside the sponge.


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