NEW Black Mesh Bag for Sponges - Machine Washable | For Face Painters by Jest Paint
This awesome new mesh bag is 11.5" tall, 9" wide and 6" deep.
This incredible new Black Mesh Sponge Bag was created by Anna and Santi from Jest Paint with face and body painters in mind, although it can be used in many ways and for several purposes. The main purpose that was behind this product creation was for face and body painters to store their new or used sponges. The mesh allows air to go through and prevent sponges from collecting excessive moisture and getting smelly if they are used (before you wash them). You can also use the front pocket to store stencils. Read below to learn about all of the awesome features this bag has for you.
The bag is made from black polyester mesh and has one top purple zipper to access the main compartment where you can store your sponges, fitting around 75 half circle sponges (without compressing them). Then there is a front zipper that allows you to access a separate pouch, also made from mesh fabric, that reaches all the way to the bottom of your bag and expands to allow you to store around 25 more half circle sponges (without compressing them). The bag has a side loop to hang it from any hook and a long top handle that also allows you to hang it from any hook and keep the zipper open to reach into it to either pick new sponges or toss used ones. The top handle is made from a silky smooth fabric with a custom made pattern designed by Anna and Santi from Jest Paint. This durable and reusable mesh bag won't stain easily.
How do I Care for this Black Mesh Bag?
This bag is designed so you can machine wash on a gentle cycle with cold water. Do not put into the dryer. When putting your bag in the washing machine, flip the back pocket over the main compartment and snap it to the front of the bag to prevent sponges from falling out, and make sure to tuck the main zipper under the elastic band. Also, do not put more sponges than indicated inside your bag or you run the risk of stretching the seams too much and having them come loose.