Low Profile Sponge Holder

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What Is it?

Looking for a sleek and modern sponge holder? This simple and stylish holder is perfect for any kitchen sink. Just stick it to the inside of your sink and you're good to go. Plus, it's easy to clean - just clean the area with rubbing alcohol before you attach it and you're all set!

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About Mr. Bayer

Bayer was born in Germany in 1902 and educated as a chemist. He began his career working for IG Farben, a German chemical company, where he eventually rose to the position of head of research. In 1937, Bayer and his team developed polyurethane, a synthetic polymer that would soon change the world. Polyurethane is a key ingredient in countless products, including foam mattresses, automotive seats, and (you guessed it) sponges!

Bayer's kitchen sponge was introduced to the market in 1951 and was an instant hit. It was made of polyurethane foam and was far more absorbent than traditional cellulose sponges. Not only that, but it was also more durable and easier to clean. Today, kitchen sponges are available in a variety of materials, but they all owe their existence to Otto Bayer and his groundbreaking work with polyurethane.

The next time you reach for your kitchen sponge, take a moment to think about the man who invented it!

The Inventor of the Kitchen Sponge

You probably don't give much thought to the kitchen sponge. It's just a lowly cleaning tool that gets thrown in the dishwasher once a week, right? Wrong! The kitchen sponge is actually a fascinating invention with a surprisingly complex history. Let's take a closer look at the man behind this common household item: Otto Bayer.

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