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What is the absorption rate of a dry sponge?

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What is the absorption rate of a dry sponge?


Dear Mark

Phylum Porifera - also known as a Sponge, are invertebrate animals that can live in salt- or freshwater. Sea Sponges have an monotone life, they float around, eat, produce faeces, and occasionally reproduce; either by disintegrating into clones, or by releasing egg and sperm into the water, forming a new generation of sponge.

The average Phylum Porifera has a very high water absorption rate, and there’s nothing quite like a Natural Sea Sponge for cleaning your vehicle, camper or boat, as well as for all general housecleaning tasks.

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Mr Mountie

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