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Djampe Real Traveler Scrub Net
This is the perfect washcloth for real travelers. One good shake and it is dry enough to put in your backpack or luggage. Make your own, or Buy Your Djampe at Amazon.com Today!
Djampe Real Traveler Scrub Net – a Quick-Dry, Self-Cleaning Body Scrubber, Back Scrubber, Skin Exfoliator and Loofah
The Djampe is the standard washcloth, the normal way to wash one's body, in most of West Africa. Sold as a bolt of raw netting, you ROUGH CUT it to approximately 10 x 36 inches. With normal scissors, you can cut it into sizes of your choice. One length makes a minimum of four personal-size scrub nets. However, do not expect this to be pretty; this is rough cut.
Djampe – Ideal for People in Hostile Living Environments
1. World travelers
4. Users of shared showers – gym, dorms, truck stops, etc. – Sharing showers means you need a quick-drying washcloth and to better exfoliate your skin.
5. Business travelers
6. Massage and health spas
8. Hikers and trekkers
9. Travelers in areas with
10. Clean bed or dust mite from skin Dust_mites
How Does Djampe Real Traveler Scrub Net Hold Water?
Djampe’s many small holes hold water by adhesion, not absorption. Shake it, and the water releases.
Benefits of Djampe Real Traveler Scrub Net
– Shakes dry
– Scrapes no-see-ums from legs and body
– Removes Demodex, a form of mite that enters skin
– Cleans dust mites from bed or skin
– Holds bar soap and keeps safe inside luggage
– Reaches bottom of feet, backs of legs easily
– Resizable for dishes, face or up to 5 people
– Cuts with normal scissors
– Does not fray
– Washes back
– Scrubs, exfoliates back
– Removes sand
- Serves as loofah
– Francophone name!
Using Djampe Real Traveler Scrub Net
We recommend you leave it as one long, 36 inch strip of material. This allows you to clean your back, shoulder, butt and lower body parts with maximum efficiency. However, trekkers and hikers may wish to cut it in 4-10 small pieces to use as quick-dry body scrubbers or for cleaning cooking gear.
Djampe History: found in West Africa (to be continued).