If you have ever sunken your hands into a wet sea sponge, you recognize the plush texture that rivals the softness of lambs wool, the cushiony resiliency, the porous, absorbent nature which makes a natural sea sponge a choice for shampooing any car. They soak up and hold tons of sudsy water, decreasing the amount of times you have to return to your wash bucket for more lather.
Typically, sea sponges come from one of two sources: Florida's Gulf Coast or the Bahamas. Sponges from the Gulf are far superior in quality; these are the ones that bear the Pinnacle label.
All sponges go through a rigorous cleaning process before shipping, but you'll want to rinse well before use to remove sand or other abrasives that may be trapped in any of the hundreds of pores. Once rinsed thoroughly, you can't beat the quality of a wash you get from a natural sponge.