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Review: Scotch-Brite Shower Scrubber

Scotch-Brite Shower Scrubber

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Review: Scotch-Brite Shower Scrubber

Review: Scotch-Brite Shower Scrubber

The Scotch-Brite shower scrubber remains a staple in my cleaning arsenal. Expensive and delicate surfaces will remain unscathed by the non-scratch pad. The telescoping handle will safely and thoroughly allow cleaning without then need for a step-stool of some kind.

The extra 24″ is a great aid for reaching those high and low areas.

Eliminate the dangerous positions of standing on bath edges or shower benches when trying to clean out of reach areas of your shower and bath.

Have bad knees or back? The shower scrubber works just effectively by reaching the lower areas with less bending.

Features

The Scotch-Brite shower scrubber has many positives in product design to make it easy to store and use. A simple press of a tab releases the worn scrubber pad so a new one can be quickly installed.

Scotch-Brite bathroom shower scrubber features Scotch-Brite shower scrubber with telescoping handle Scotch-Brite shower scrubber with 360° swivel hanger hook Scotch-Brite shower scrubber with 180° swivel head Scotch-Brite replaceable shower scrubber pad
Scotch-Brite bathroom shower scrubber features

Requires Companion Cleaning Tools

The scrubber pad has a fairly large radius on all edges, so getting into corners isn’t possible. Personally, I don’t think a square edge pad would allow enough pressure into tight corners to clean effectively anyways. Using a brush like the Scotch-Brite® Grout & Detail Tool makes more sense in my opinion.

Beyond the corner cleaning inability, the scrubber shines in all other areas.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Ellen Guillory

    August 24, 2016 at 12:04 am

    How can one secure the wand to the extended length and not collapse? It extends but won’t stay. Thank you

    • Editorial Staff

      August 24, 2016 at 8:25 am

      You may have a defective handle, but I have on occasion also experienced times when the handle gets wet and won’t immediately stay locked in the extended position.

      I just slide the handle back and forth and turn several times. Handle lock has always worked eventually without to much hassle.

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