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CUTE BUT NOT ALWAYS PRACTICAL
from Los Angeles County, CA
About Me Casual Cook
Comments about Lady Dish Brush:
This was so darn cute I have two. Unfortunately, cute is about all this is. The sturdy "hair" bristles are at an awkward angle for cleaning inside sauce pots and the handle is so long inside a sauce pot it doesn't allow maneuvering the bristles into pot corners. A nice feature is there is a drip hole at the bottom of the "body" handle but the bad feature is that when the dripping handle is set on its base, the water flows onto the counter because the flimsy base has an "open" bottom. The brush is top heavy so it's easily knocked over - base should flare out more to stabilize the heavier top. Not too practical. Best use is for scrubbing flat surfaces like counter tops or dinner plates or cookie sheets. But not practical to use inside tight spaces because the handle is a bit long. Still, its a CUTE product with a few uses -- just not inside 3-quart sauce pots and beware of puddles accumulating under the base. I recommend this as a novelty but with above reservations.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from colgate, wi
About Me Avid Cook
I BOUGHT TWO OF THESE, ONE FOR EACH DAUGHTER, BUT THEY ARE TO BE USED IN THIER BATHROOMS. THEY ARE THE RIGHT SIZE, ATTRACTIVE AND CAN BE LEFT IN THE OPEN SO THE KIDS OR ADULTS HAVE EASY ACCESS TO CLEAN UP THIER MESS. BOTH FAMILIES HAVE MEN THAT WORK ON CARS AND OUTDOORS SO A BRUSH IS PERFECT TO GET ALL THE GRIME GONE. PERFECT
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TRUCK LOOKS GOOD, NOW TO CLEAN THE BATHROOM
Tags: Small But Powerful
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Attractive for decor and usefullness
By Cheery cookie
from Chicago, Illinois
Cheerful tool to use and not hide out of sight.