When the Arden Company was marketing these, they came with a sponge that would stay plump literally for years. Now that you Ritz lot are marketing them, the sponges collapse after a month’s use—leaving a perfectly usable nylon net envelope and a flaccid filler that doesn’t hold soap. No doubt the change reflects your pathetic strategy to get more of these sold, but it leaves the user frustrated at the waste and poor performance, and because you don’t sell them in most groceries, willing to switch to other less effective scrub pads (read: Dobies).
Could you please go back to a decent sponge? These are the ONLY—repeat ONLY—worthwhile pads on the market. Also, please allow access to them under your “Pads and scrubbers” heading¬—your website presently makes them nearly impossible to locate. I would give them five stars, except for the disappointing sponges and the unnecessarily elaborate route to locating them for ordering. In any case, they are all I use, I advertise them and give them to friends, and I get annoyed every time one wimps out on me after short use.