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Scotch-Brite Dobie Cleaning Pad
4.77 / 5 based on 69 Reviews
Three Pads - 4.3 in. x 2.6 in. x 0.5 in. Scours Without Scratching Dobie® cleans it all: Kitchen - All Teflon® and Silverstone® coated cookware, dishes and china, counter tops, aluminum and cast iron, enamel and porcelain, appliances, fruits and vegetables. Bathroom - Tile, shower door and fixtures. Household - Walls and spot cleans carpets. Clothing - Spot cleans clothing, suede shoes and hats. Automobiles - Cleans chrome and can be used to prepare tires and whitewalls for detailing. Removes insects from bumpers, grills and windows. Hands - Cleans grimy and greasy hands. Ideal for manicures and pedicures. Questions? Comments? Monday-Friday 8am-4pm CST Call or visit our website at 3M.com/Scotch-Brite see more...
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Scotch-Brite Dobie Cleaning Pad
I LOVE Dobies, the perfect texture makes cleaning easy, yet safe enough to use on just about any surface without the fear of scratching.
These are great for cleaning dishes a well as pots and pans. They really get the job done
My favorite sponge. It's the sponge my mom uses and now also mine, haha. I like that it's very abrasive but easy to hold and flexible. Great for scrubbing off stubborn, stuck-on food.
I love this sponge and it's really great for cleaning dishes it gets every food particle and hard to take off stains
I use these exclusively in my kitchen. I love that they won't scratch my pots and pans but are tough enough to get cooked-on food off. These are also good for cleaning counters and the top of my stove. I also love how they don't get stinky like regular sponges and they last a really long time. I don't have a dishwasher and wash dishes by hand for a family of three and can use one for a month or more! I can't live without my Dobie sponges!
It cleans the toughest jobs while still upholding the quality. I can always rely on it to get the job done.
I personally don't like this sponge. Food particles get caught up in the net like material and it's difficult to clean. The sponge itself is cheap and reminds me of the cheap $1 sponges that don't hold water. I prefer the yellow and green scotch brite over this.
I used to use this for dishes, but I've since changed to the scotch brite brand. I do love using these for cleaning the kitchen and bathroom, though. They are gentle enough that they don't scratch anything up, but tough enough that they take away dried food spills in the kitchen as well as soap scum in the bathroom.
I cannot say enough great things about this sponge. I believe it is the best dishwashing sponge on the market. I prefer it to any sponge I have ever used including my fair share of Scotch-Brite sponges. I find that this puts a nice amount of dish soap on the dishes I am washing, scrubs off all the dirt and grime and leaves my dishes clean and smooth. I have replaced all the sponges at my house, my parents and my in-laws with these as I believe they do the best job at cleaning dishes. HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
Favorite sponge hands down. Always my first go to! Only downfall is it doesn't last long before the netting starts to rip but idc, still my go to sponge.
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