Each SoapSox washcloth is made from soft, gentle terry cloth with an anti-microbial sponge inside. “Simple and smart,” we thought. . . but the story of its creation was something we liked even more.
Founder Ray Phillips was working with abused children at a group home when he had the idea. One boy at the home was scared to bathe, and Ray noticed that his stuffed animal calmed him. So Ray created a modified version of the animal, including a place for a bar of soap. The child then bathed happily.
Today’s SoapSox are enhanced versions of that big-hearted innovation. Simply put liquid or bar soap in the specially designed pocket, add water, lather up, and start washing. The little finger pockets make it easier for kids to grip.
And SoapSox is machine washable and dryable, so the fun doesn’t need to stop when the bath does. Kids can cuddle with them anywhere.