The Spongioli was designed by Liz Goulet Dubois, and looks like a piece of ravioli. These sponges allow you to clean countertops with a device that looks like a chunk of pasta.
Not only are they super absorbent, strong and lasting, but these sponges come in a pack of six in a clear recyclable PET package.
Implications - Selling a product's functionality is important but sometimes you need to add that extra snazz in appearance to really draw in your customer. Even something as simple as a sponge in the shape of ravioli can gain attention. Physical appeal comes first, and the rest will follow. It is very important for businesses to bring fun, whimsical forms in the presentation of their products, along with functionality.
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