OXO Dish Brush

OXO Dish Brush

OXO Dish Brush

  • Ideal for scrubbing pots, pans, dishes and more
  • Durable nylon bristles easily scrub away food
  • Safe for use on non-stick surfaces
  • Built-in scraper removes baked-on spots
  • Soft, non-slip handles

With durable nylon bristles which won’t damage non-stick surfaces, soft non-slip handle and built-in scraper for baked-on food, this dish brush may not be the most glamorous item in your kitchen, but it will be the hardest working!

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£4.59 - £4.60

Last 3 reviews on OXO Dish Brush

  1. 8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A short and strong dish brush that is comfortable in the hand, 6 Sept. 2013
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    AJS (London) (London UK) –
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    Although Oxo Good Grips describe this as having a long handle, I question their choice of words. The overall length is less than ony other similar brush I currently use, and several centimetres shorter than that which it is about to replace. On the plus side, by being shorter and having a broad handle, it should support heavy use. It also incorporates a semi-sharpened and slightly angled scraper edge to assist removal of more stubborn adhesions to crocks and pots, and being plastic should not be overly harsh on their surfaces (but probably not some non-stick).

    The hand grip is very similar in design, shape and size to certain other of their utensils currently used – the peelers most closely – and they are very comfortable in use. Although designed for those with arthritis and other medical conditions that may affect grip (none of which I currently suffer), I buy and use them because I like them, they are sturdy and tend to last for many years.

    Although not a design or production issue, Amazon’s choice of packaging method managed to crush and distort the lower two rows of bristles which I hoped would recover if soaked in hot water, which is what happened.

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  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Pricey for what it is., 20 Mar. 2014
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    MT (West Midlands) –

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    I’d had trouble finding a decent sink brush which lasts more than a couple of weeks. We don’t exactly “hammer ” the thing as we tend to use our dishwasher.
    The bristles towards the centre of this one went flat and splayed out after a couple of weeks in the same way as the kind from Tesco which cost a quid.
    We did try to look after it, leaving it to drain. It’s a bit bulky too.
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  3. 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Effortless cleaning., 4 Sept. 2015
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    I’ve been wasting my life with cheap brushes, that don’t actually clean very well. This brush however is very good. It removes tea stains from cups, with ease. Plates, saucepans and glasses. Very pleased and makes washing up easy.
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