DIY mesh bag pot scrubber

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MackerelCat
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DIY mesh bag pot scrubber

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This is a frugal oldie but goodie: Three plastic mesh bags that apples were packaged in made into a nice big plastic pot scrubber.
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I put the bags inside each other like sleeves, then rolled the resulting bag with two bags inside like a donut, twisted the tail end together in the center, and stitched it all together with nylon thread. Took about five minutes to do.
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Jackielou
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Nice job Mackie.

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LWolfT
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I'll have to try rolling mine like that ... I usually just sort of wrap it into a small rectangle and stitch up the sides.

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Awesome.... Am pretty sure I have a couple of these bags in my pantry.

Will have to give it a go !!
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Yours looks just like the ones I can no longer find in the stores!
Friday I found some strong nylon netting (I think from bouquets) and wrapped a double layer over a new sponge. Then sewed around the outside w/ the sewing machine. This worked pretty well for scrubbing pots when I tried it. I made 2 of those.

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I like using the bags off of 3 lb onions. They clean up easily.

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