Comfort Grip Glass & Bottle Brush is rated
Rated 5 out of
I bought an older version of this to wash baby bottles - have had it for 30 years and used it for all that time - it's still got all it's bristles but it looks stained so I want a new one and can't find it anywhere - I've tried other products but none do as good a job as the old one has - I'm in Canada - if anyone sees this retail, pls advise where!
Date published: 2017-06-03
Rated 5 out of
Lasts forever - really !
This item here I've purchased twice in my life. Once around 8 years ago and then again 2 years ago. Both have been used DAILY for a purpose far beyond their proposed intentions. I cannot say enough good about this scrubber. To be honest, I rarely use it for bottles and such, I use it for cleaning and scrubbing out cooking pots and saucepans. The fact that it's got bristles all around and you can just go around in circles with the thing if you wish is a boon. I've tries other tools, Rubbermaid and others as well but this thing just does the job so well I would never want anything else. Honestly, I'm not kidding, this is a GOOD product. Don't ever stop making it because I'm sure to want another. I guarantee it!!!
Date published: 2010-10-19
Rated 2 out of
Comfort grip glass and bottle brush
I thought I had finally found the perfect bottle brush. It looked nice, I loved the grip and it was comfortable. I loved the design of the brush and bristles which reached into deep bottles and cleaned them quite well. However, after only a couple of months the bristles started started falling off at an increasingly alarming rate. Now half of the head is bald of bristles and it no longer does what it was meant to do. For that reason I voted 1 star for quality and durability and would not recommend it to any of my friends. It is too bad that this seemingly ideal product had to fail so badly.
At a recent trip to the cemetary, I noticed several of the bottle brushes near the water source for people to use to clean the flower vases. Those were all Rubbermaid comfort grip glass and bottle brushes and they were all going bald also.
Please have your engineers see what they can do to improve the bristles so they don't fall off so quickly. I cannot see buying a new brush every couple of months.
Date published: 2010-07-05