Try to remember to clean sponges daily, let them dry out as much as possible between uses and replace frequently (especially if they start to smell). – Heloise
P.S.: Vinegar also works. Put the sponge in a bowl. Pour vinegar over the sponge and let it sit for five to 10 minutes. This kills more than 99 percent of germs.
My soon-to-be sister-in-law brought finger sandwiches to me and the bridal party. It was so great because we were all starving. They were easy to eat and did not mess up our dresses and makeup.
The sheets can slide around, so I use 1-inch glue strips, found in the scrapbook section of a crafts store, on each corner of the table. I press the cloth onto the strip, and it doesn’t move. The strips are removable and do not damage the wood.