Oxo Good Grips Soap Squirting Palm Brush
Washing dishes is less of a chore with this soap squirting palm brush. Simply press the soft top to release soap when you want it. Sturdy nylon bristles make scouring pots and scrubbing pans easier and are safe for use on non-stick cookware. The soft, non-slip cap cushions your hand while you scrub, and a clear window shows you how much soap is left. Fill the palm brush by simply unscrewing the cap. Brush has a 2-ounce capacity and measures 4" H x 2 1/8" in diameter. Replacement brush refills sold separately.
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Great Little Tool This brush is like the faucet .. always there! It is very handy, durable, and easy to handle and load with soap. I have two extra brushes standing by but the life expectancy of each is so long that you really don't have to change out often. Really a great addition to the clean-up tasks! September 27, 2012
Magic Scrubber <3 Before buying this brush used dishes and pots would languish in the sink. I would clean them when I got a chance, but I was the only one cleaning while others were still contributing. What an odd phenomenon! Then one day I discovered this magic dish brush! Not only do others clean their dishes more often, but I do too. It's easy to clean one messy item or a counter full with this little godsend. Added bonus: it floats in a sink (or stock pot) full of water even when it's full of soap! Refilling is a breeze, and after a month of regular usage (multiple times a day) the bristles still look new! I'd thought the replaceable bristle heads would be more "consumable," but I've been pleasantly surprised. You can detatch the bristles and run them through the dishwasher to prolong their life. After eight months it looks like the bristles may need to be replaced soon. No staining, no foul smells, no leaking. Tough enough to clean my pots and pans (nonstick, if that's pertinent) even if they've been sitting for days but gentle enough to use on my stemware. I'm going to be gifting these little dishmates of wonder. No kitchen should be without one. I wish I had one in college! Another potential gifting idea? YES! I love this thing!! August 1, 2011
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