Kitchen Brush With Scraper is rated
Rated 1 out of
Terrible for the purpose
This heavy, square, clunky dog is totally inappropriate for use on round pots and pans. As a sink brush, the bristles are too long and don't wipe enough area- very awkward to use. Adding insult to injury, the price point is poor. The company really went backwards designing this brush. Bring back the good old G174. Also take a look at the Clorox Diskette brush by Esseplast USA (also discontinued). The Diskette was also very effective and had a reach advantage but the Rubbermaid product was more durable, especially in hot water. How about a revision, please.
Date published: 2018-08-31
Rated 5 out of
Best Kitchen Brush EVER!!!!
I bought one of these brushes years ago and after about a year of daily use, it was still surprisingly in great shape. I decided that i must buy another. I bought 36 more. I've given them to friends and family, taken one for the office kitchen and have two in our vaction home and RV. This brush is sturdy enough to get the job done RIGHT, yet soft enough to be plyable and get into the small nooks and crannys. I stick my current brush in the dishwasher about twice a week and it come's out clean and deoderized.
Date published: 2010-12-18