How much water can a kitchen sponge hold?
1 cup 1 c.
it is 1 cup or 1 c.
it is 1 cup or 1 c.
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the answer is yes. i have done the experiment with three different size sponges of the same brand. and it turned out to be that the largest sponge, absorbed the most water, be…ing 2 cups.
15-20 gallons (:
It is called an oasis. This product is shipped dry and holds an amazing amount of water. It was developed in the 1950's for florists who, before that time, had used the glass …"frog", chicken wire, and other such things to hold the flower stems in place. There are a couple of companies that make the product today, but Smitherman's is the oldest of the companies and coined the name Oasis.
Depends on the sponge.
Kitchen sinks come in different sizes, so that's hard to annswer.
the sponge can hold up to about 40 percent of the water from the bowl.
a sponge holds water because of its holes
L x W x H divided by 231 simple huh ...Sylvan
What is the plastic storage thing that holds sponges and soap located right under the kitchen sink connected to the kitchen cabinets?
Storage tray Flip try, installed on the false fronts of kitchen cabinets on the sink base. www.qualitykitchenandwindows.net/
A sponge will absorb around 1/2 of a cup, I know this because I tested it myself.
it depends on the sponge. different sponges have different masses, sizes, and different amounts of space bettween each atom. and because they are grown, we cant control exactl…y any of these factors. but my guess for the average cleaning sponge is about 4-6 times.
Generally betweeen 8 and 10 litres
About 10 litres
Depends on the size of the sponge, if you weighed it dry then put it in water and absorbed as much water and possible and then quickly weighed it trying to lose as little wate…r as possible it would give you the weight of the water (wet weight - dry weight). Using the fact that 1 cubic centimetre of water weighs 1 gram you could then calculate the volume of water I think that it depends on brand name, what the sponge is made from, and of course, how much it weighs, and and the size, also the length also comes into play here. so yes, you are correct, but, however, the brand name and what the sponge is made of is a major is in this equation. :)
Depends on how big the sponge is.