Kitchen stuff doesn’t have to be pots and pans and stuff to cook with, at the end of the day you need to clean all that stuff you cooked with and today for review I’ve got a handy product that I like very much. It’s from Amazer and it’s called the Comfort Grip Dish and Pot Scrub Brush and it works great. I love using it on my coffee pot, it’s perfect for the job. Read on to learn more..
Product Name and Info:
-Ideal for clean pots, pans, dishes and so on.
-QUALITY AND SAFETY NON-TOXIC MATERIAL: Made of premium nylon fiber, free from foreign smell, convenient to clean.
-DURABLE AND FINE BRISTLES: Easily scrub away food, stains and dirt, excellent bristle bend recovery, clean thing’s walls without scratching.
-HOOK DESIGN: Hang it on the wall easy to take and put, and dry quickly avoid the growth of bacteria.
-Comfortable grip won’t slip out of wet hands
Price: $7.97 (from Amazon at time of review)
The brush comes packaged in a thick vinyl bag with a note card that has some specs and information about the brush on it.
The brush has blue/purple semi-clear plastic handle with a hook on the end and then a wire reinforced top with yellow bristles.The brush is about 9.5 inches long from the hook to the tips of the bristles, about half is handle and half is brush.
I’ve been using the brush to clean dishes and pots and pans as you’re supposed to and it works great. The bristles are thick and semi-ridged, they’re ridged enough to scrub and get dirt or food particles off but yet soft enough that they won’t scratch anything. The brush does a great job at cleaning in my opinion.
The handle fits in your hand comfortably and offers a good grip on the brush.
This is the perfect brush for cleaning my coffee pot. The pot I have is a thermos insulated style as I don’t like the ones that have the heater on the bottom that essentially cooks your coffee all the time so it’s larger that a normal pot. This brush allows me to get right in there and really scrub the pot and all around the edges and inside of the threads for the lid. The brush is also excellent for the filter basket as it has raised sections in it all around in lines radiating from the center point. I can use a regular sponge/scrubby but it takes work, but this brush gets right in there and cleans it efficiently.
The only real issue I can see with this brush is the hook on the back, it’s just plastic so I’m not sure how long it will last. It hasn’t broken yet, but only time will tell if it lasts. Yes I do have it hanging up, I found the perfect spot in my kitchen near the sink for it.
So far the Amazer brush is a decent product, and it works, again, only time will tell as to its longevity, but as of now I like it. If something happens maybe I’ll update this review to let you know.
+Seems well made so far
+Comfortable to use
-Not sure about hook, just plastic, might not last
Disclosure: This product was given to me for review by the company for review purposes only, and is not considered by us as payment for the review; we do not, never have, and never will, accept payment from companies to review their products.