How To Deep Clean & Remove Grubby Stains from your Blender Sponge…

Don’t you just hate it when your gorgeous new Beauty Blender, Real Techniques Miracle Complexion Sponge or alike becomes grubby looking with horrid stains? Not to mention the thought of what nasties are lurking tucked up in the fibres after multiple applications *shudders* Sure, some soaps help to get the excess foundation or concealer out of the sponge but many don’t do a great job at removing stains or really getting deep into your sponge for a good thorough clean.

If you’re a stickler for having a sparkly clean makeup sponge then you just might wanna checkout today’s short n snappy video as I talk you through a simple and affordable solution to getting your sponges looking their best by deep cleaning them and removing all those grubby stains that make them look older than they really are!

Consisting of 3 super simple ingredientsΒ that you’ll more than likely have close to hand, you’ll be amazed at how good the results are. I’ve been using this formula for the past few months now and absolutely LOVE it. Plus….. it smells ahhhhhhmazing too ladies πŸ˜‰

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If you have any tips, tricks or great product recommendations on how you keep your makeup sponges looking their best then do let me know in the comments below as I’d love to give any suggestionsΒ a goΒ too!

Hope you enjoy the video & do let me know if you give it a try, I’d be delighted to hear if you get the same amazing results that I consistently do!

Cheerio chums…

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37 thoughts on “How To Deep Clean & Remove Grubby Stains from your Blender Sponge…

    • Chanelle that’s exactly what I used too – until I tried this, as I found the baby shampoo wasn’t shifting the foundation stains so well 😦 Honestly give this a go if you have the ingredients to hand – it’s awesome huni!!! Thanks so much for watching lovely lady ❀ XXXX

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  1. I use dish detergent to clean mine! Also, the Daiso sponge cleaner is fantastic! Another tip I have is to wear rubber gloves when cleaning the sponge so your nails don’t dig into the sponge, causing tears. πŸ™‚

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    • Oooh that’s a BRILL tip huni, I’ve tore mine a few times so will definitely be trying the gloves out!!! Good thinking lovely πŸ˜‰ Great tips indeed – thank you Stash ❀ XXXX


  2. Yayyy for the little blenders. Don’t you think they remind you of Easter eggs? Haha how did you know what method to use to clean them? You’re really smart πŸ™‚ they really look so squeaky cleeeeean. Awesome πŸ‘πŸ» oh, and I like your purple nailsees πŸ’…πŸ˜„ xoxo

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    • They sure do – very cute soft ones πŸ˜€ hehe The internet is a wonderful place, there’s sooo many great wee tips about and dish washing cleaner has ALWAYS been known to remove stubborn oil stains… as for the benefits of Coconut oil, well it’s amazing. Combine them all and voila = perfect concoction πŸ˜‰ Glad you like the nails too ❀ XXX

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    • Gosh I’d never have thought to have done that! I would have imagined it wouldn’t destroyed it (somehow) Ahhh, must remember to leave out the fabric softener when trying it… so intrigued πŸ™‚ Thanks so much for the fab tip!!! Xo


      • Awwh that’s wonderful that you’re planning an update huni – you know yourself that blogging is one of those things that just can’t be rushed, give yourself as much time as you need- you know we’ll always be here when you’re ready to return to it! I think the minute you put pressure on yourself to create it just falls apart… well that’s speaking from my previous experience. Have missed you though, and I’m sooo utterly chuffed to stopped by to chat!!
        I’ve been doing okay thanks huni, been in quite a bit of pain lately with a few mysterious aches but having tests to see what’s up. Otherwise work is good and watching my little lady growing into a young girl who’s also keen on rummaging through my beauty stash much too often lol Making the most of things and enjoying the weekend – that’s pretty much the plan for now though! lol
        Are you keeping well in yourself? XX

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    • Honestly Corinne they’re like totally new sponges just out of the packet – sooo impressed with the power of coconut oil, it works a treat!!! Thanks so much for checking it out and I really hope it works just as fabulous for you too huni πŸ˜€ XXXXXXX


  4. Yes, coconut oil is definitely god’s given gift to us and it has so many benefits and it can also be used in so many ways. Well, my take on cleaning sponges or beauty blender would be cleaning them with Johnson&Johnson bath products as they contain very mild soap (even though it sounds like little babyish but sill it works).

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