Eva Mendes talks Sponge Business Skura’s new style, her best cleaning hacks and living in London (exclusive interview)

Eva Mendes She has been very busy in her spare time from filming and is now part owner of a new sponge business. Skura Style!

Skura sponges are considered “the smartest sponges ever” as they tell you when to throw them away to make sure you have clean sponges that never smell.

We caught up Eve learn about her new role as an investor at Skura, what it’s like to work from home during the pandemic, and her best cleaning hacks she passed down from her mom.

Eve also talked about what she’s been up to in London over the past few months while in the city with her family. her partner Ryan Gosling filmed Barbie there is a movie!

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You can read our exclusive interview below!

KristenBellTattoos.com: What sets Skura apart from other sponges on the market and what appeals to you about this product?

Eva Mendes: What makes Skura Style sponges different is that there is nothing like it on the market. Your ordinary kitchen sponge is dirtier than your toilet bowl! Our sponge has a revolutionary design that tells you when it’s time to replace it.

JJ: How did you find out about Skura and what led to your new role as co-owner and ambassador?

EM: During the pandemic, I obsessively cleaned everything from groceries to countertops. I realize now that I was a little overkill, but the upside was that I went through a ton of sponges and eventually found Skura.

I liked that my Skura sponge never smelled and never stuck to yesterday’s food. I liked that it was a “smart sponge” and it told me when it was time to throw it away. I liked that it was a sponge that thought for me!

JJ: During the pandemic, you have taken on an important new role. Did you work from home like many others during this time? And if so, how do you manage to balance work and family time, doing it all under one roof?

EMA: I started working with Skura during the pandemic and it was definitely a modern collaboration. We only worked through zoom until I finally met my partners in May of this year after almost two years of working together! Working from home is difficult in its own way. My kids don’t understand—or don’t care—when I’m on zoom. I’m trying to implement a rule that if my door is closed they can’t get in unless it’s very important. But, of course, that doesn’t happen.

So my new rule is: don’t go in while I’m on zoom unless there’s blood! (Just kidding, but apparently not!)

JJ: Do you have any great cleaning hacks you could share?

EM: I have so many life hacks from my mom. But the main thing is to always have white vinegar and baking soda with you. Literally almost everything! I also never lose a lemon! I use lemon to clean steel pans, cheese graters, and stainless steel sinks. when I’m done, I’ll throw it in the garbage chute. Cleans and smells so good.

JJ: In addition to sponges, Skura has already launched several other products. Where do you think the company is headed?

EMA: Of course, I have a vision of where I want this company. But I keep these things to myself and my partners. As soon as I start talking publicly about where I want to work, it weakens his power. I am extremely proud to be a partner in this innovative women’s business.

JJ: You posted on Instagram recently about what you saw The Lion King In London. What other fun things did you do with your family while living there?

EM: We were in London for several months. Since it was very rainy, I took advantage of the amazing culture here and we went to a lot of concerts in the West End. I also took the kids to youth productions at the Unicorn Theatre.

But my highlight, of course, was that I took my family to a performance of the Royal Ballet. Swan Lake at the Royal Opera House. It was a night that I will never forget. It was pure magic. I cried like a child. But just like a child. You know, I should have made a silent scream. After all, I was at the Daling ballet …
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