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OXO Good Grips Grout Brush £4 @ Amazon

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About this deal

  • Perfect for cleaning grout, shower door tracks, fixtures and other small spaces
  • Tough bristles easily scrub away mildew, grime, and soap scum
  • Soft, comfortable, non-slip handle for a secure grip, even when wet
  • The OXO Better Guarantee: If you experience an issue with your OXO product, get in touch with us for a repair or replacement. We’re grateful for the opportunity to learn from your experience, and we’ll make it better.

The OXO Good Grips Deep Clean Brush Set - Orange are still a good deal at £5.33. I paid £7.19 for them in April. They were really useful for cleaning the shower head and shower and calcium buildup around the dish rack. 4069722_1.jpg

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    Or use an old toothbrush with ‘pink stuff’ .. 👀 🤷‍♂️
    I mean you could but for £4 it covers more surface area and has a better grip than a toothbrush.

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    If you want to save some pennies, I recommend this one. Was £1.66 a couple of weeks ago so might drop in price again if you're not in a rush to buy one.

    Addis ComfiGrip Grout/Cleaning Brush In Graphite With Stiff Bristles

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    Thanks I went for the deep clean set and got them for £5.04 with subscribe and save
    Thanks, purchased those
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    Ordered without hesitation, cleaning the shower cubicle is the one household chore I hate, arriving tomorrow, hope it makes things easier
    You may test it on my shower cubicle
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    Is it beef, or chicken flavour :/
    The HUKD comedians are working late today
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    Bought both - why not. No doubt they will help with awkward cleaning tasks
    Ditto, problem now is I might have to actually do some cleaning.
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    Thanks. Ordered.
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    Why not use toothbrush when you are about to throw it away.
    I recycle all my old toothbrushes (several in service doing various jobs) but even the firmest toothbrush is not up to some tougher cleaning tasks. I assume (sure hope) the brushes on the these are a lot tougher
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    What's the best cleaning solution for grout? Any suggestions?
    I’ve had some success with half and half bleach and water on discolouration.
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    Can this be used for removing black mould from bathroom tiles?