Mr Potato Brush Reviews
Product Type: Canon gadgets
Description:Brand: Cargo / Type: Utensil - Scrubbing Brush
Newest Review: ... that are clear plastic with a piece of black plastic inside to give the effect of an eye. The bristles are cream and he also ... more
Customer Mr Potato Brush Reviews (6)
by - written on 26/02/13 (Very useful, 47 readings)
No one likes being a dirty little scrubber, and when preparing potatoes for most forms of cooking where the skin is still used, it's quite important to make sure it's clean. The best potatoes are the ones that have the least travelling distance from ground to kitchen, and this means that they're likely to still be covered in things from the ground they grew in. Quite often this means any chemicals that have been used, and some of these can get embedded into the little nooks and crannies that the undulating surfaces of potatoes have. Therefore, when prepping your fresh potatoes, you need to make sure they're clean. Scrubbing a potato is a thankless task. I find ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/12, updated on 25/07/13 (Very useful, 140 readings)
As far as kitchen products go, Mr Potato Brush is definitely one of the most fun in terms of appearance if not in purpose. This diminutive but jovial fellow is always willing to lend a helping hand (sprout) in the kitchen. Before you all disappear and call for the men in white coats please hear me out. Mr Potato Brush is a potato brush (surprisingly enough) and has the unenviable task of scrubbing up your spuds and ridding them of all that unsavoury soil and dirt. With a ceramic body and a scrubbing brush embedded about his rear, he stands at an unimposing 7cm tall. Don't let his lack of presence fool you though; he is more than up to the task of mounting a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/09/13, updated on 21/09/13 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I bought the Mr Potato brush from ebay around two years ago, alongside a few other kitchen accessories from the same range by Joie. I thought he was cute, funky and would be a nice addition in my kitchen, being a bit different than a standard scrubbing brush. He cost around £3 back then but today he costs around £5. The bristles on this brush are fairly short at around 1.5cm long but it's certainly not something that I've found has affected my use when using. The bristles are quite soft and are fairly flexible when brushing it across items, including potatoes which is what I mainly use it for. They are fixed underneath a potato shape, which forms half of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
We recently had a big Dunelm Mill open up near us and that's where I saw this cute little kitchen gadget, Mr Potato Brush. Its a simple little thing but he's got such a quirky face he appealed to me. Mr Potato Brush comes with little packaging its just attached to a round card with a plastic cover moulded over the brush, it has Mr Potato Brush written one side and the same again on the other but in a foreign language. Mr Potato Brush is basically a little brush designed for scrubbing potatoes or any veg for that matter, but its designed in the shape of a potato with a cute face on the front, similar to Mr Potato Head the children's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/13 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Even though both my sister and I have lived away from home for a number of years now Santa must still think that we live at our parents, as every year he leaves us both a stocking there filled with little stocking fillers. I think that Santa will probably continue to do this, especially as Santa aka mum loves buying and wrapping all the little gifts for us both! Our stockings from Santa are always filled with a mixture of gifts, some edible, some useful, some girly & pampering, and some fun & quirky. One of the fun & quirky gifts that we both received this year (haha I forgot to mention that our stockings are each filled with the exact same gifts!) ... Read the complete review
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