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Joseph Joseph Cleantech 100% Recyclable Washing-Up Scrubber (2-Pack) - Green/Dark Green £4.80 Amazon Prime / £9.29 Non Prime
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Joseph Joseph Cleantech 100% Recyclable Washing-Up Scrubber (2-Pack) - Green/Dark Green £4.80 Amazon Prime / £9.29 Non Prime

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Posted 27th May

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Washing-up scrubbers and sponges hold onto water and dirt, making them a breeding ground for bacteria and odours. This scrubber, however, features advanced Polymer bristles that drain and dry quickly, are durable and flexible for effective cleaning and rinse clean after use. One side of the Scrubber has fine bristles for gentle cleaning tasks and the other has coarse bristles for tougher deposits. In addition, it’s safe to use with non-stick cookware. Being made from 100% recyclable materials, It’s also just as useful at the end of its life. Recommended cleaning tasks: Pans, Trays, Plates, Bowls and Cutlery.
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We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able to scrub glasses or bowls. Also doesn't retain any foam. Don't bother.
hrking200027/05/2020 11:29

We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able …We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able to scrub glasses or bowls. Also doesn't retain any foam. Don't bother.


Agreed. Wife thought they'd be amazing. Unfortunately not.
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Anyone have these and know how good/ how long they last ?
We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able to scrub glasses or bowls. Also doesn't retain any foam. Don't bother.
TheKrakken27/05/2020 11:25

Anyone have these and know how good/ how long they last ?


I don't have the Joseph Joseph brand but a near identical product and as the reviews say its not a replacement for a sponge. My main issue is that anything that is a bit greasy wont come clean with one of these, it smears it around but doesn't remove it. Decent price but a 10 pack of traditional sponges would be better for a quid.
Spicy_Meatball27/05/2020 11:30

I don't have the Joseph Joseph brand but a near identical product and as …I don't have the Joseph Joseph brand but a near identical product and as the reviews say its not a replacement for a sponge. My main issue is that anything that is a bit greasy wont come clean with one of these, it smears it around but doesn't remove it. Decent price but a 10 pack of traditional sponges would be better for a quid.


Thank you!
I'm thinking it might be good for cleaning the bath, sink & shower screen?
Once they sort out a good environmentally friendly scrubber will be a good day.

Seems strange many of us have sponges at home and would be disposing such a large amount!
mam2cam27/05/2020 11:36

I'm thinking it might be good for cleaning the bath, sink & shower …I'm thinking it might be good for cleaning the bath, sink & shower screen?


Nah
hrking200027/05/2020 11:29

We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able …We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able to scrub glasses or bowls. Also doesn't retain any foam. Don't bother.


Agreed. Wife thought they'd be amazing. Unfortunately not.
just pop your scourer in the dishwasher, done.
hrking200027/05/2020 11:29

We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able …We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able to scrub glasses or bowls. Also doesn't retain any foam. Don't bother.


i thought this might be the case, bit too rigid, thanks for confirming. massive fan of JJ but sometimes they have the odd product that just doesn't work
HSunny27/05/2020 11:37

Once they sort out a good environmentally friendly scrubber will be a good …Once they sort out a good environmentally friendly scrubber will be a good day.Seems strange many of us have sponges at home and would be disposing such a large amount!


Home Bargains used to do some a bit ago, like one of them crap sponges but more heavy duty so the green coarse bit didn't wear out after a week.

Not seen them for ages though.
E-cloth provide a number of sponge alternatives that actually work.

Washing Up Pad:
amazon.co.uk/E-C…K0/

Fresh mesh pads that I now use:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…JQ/

And more for wiping down surfaces:
amazon.co.uk/Clo…XM/

As covered, this Jospeh Joseph design will work in some cases, but not for getty soapy, or cleaning edges and crevices etc.

Their toilet brush uses similar bristles and has similar issues

It's potentially more hyegeinic as the expense of standard performance.

Edit:
Microfibre cloths etc. contribute to microplastics in the water however.

There look to be a few natural solutions.

This looks good:
amazon.co.uk/KYO…BXT

I may switch to natural cloths instead.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 27th May
hrking200027/05/2020 11:29

We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able …We got this and it's terrible - it's too rigid (doesn't bend) to be able to scrub glasses or bowls. Also doesn't retain any foam. Don't bother.


Just what I assumed
They look cool, but they're terrible at scrubbing
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