Asda Smartprice Dish Brush Reviews
Product Type: Asda Kitchenware
Newest Review: ... i personally think is generally a pretty good range of products. The dish brush is slightly off white in colour and has a ... more
by - written on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 8 readings)
I have a few of these dish brushes from Asda and I use them for a whole host of things. I have some that are dedicated for washing our pots and pans, but also some that are solely for scrubbing in aquariums and cleaning associated decor items. They are absolutely perfect for this purpose as the bristles are a good length and are tough enough to get into all the nooks and crannies such items generally have without bending or breaking. They are simply composed of a plastic handle with a hole at the end should you wish to hook it up somewhere, and white bristles in a circular arrangement at the head. The bristles have a diameter of approx 2", which is a good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I'm really not a fan of washing up so I am always open to trying something new in order to make it easier and quicker. One of my flatmates came home one day with a dish brush from Asda and while I have always just used scourers and cloths, I decided I might as well give it a try. The handle is made out of white plastic and the brush itself is made from white bristles. The handle is roughly 7 inches long while the bristles are roughly 2 inches in diameter which I think is a really good size. At the end of the handle is a rectangular hole which you can use to hang the brush up somewhere and keep it out of the way although mine usually gets shoved behind the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/12 (Very useful, 36 readings)
The Asda Smart Price Dish Brush cost me just 39p - which I think it a very good price for a household item that I use several times a day. This type of household appliance isn't something I want to spend loads of money on and so as long as it's functional, that really is all that I'm looking for - and I've found this brush to be "good enough" and perfectly adequate. The brush is very simple and plain in design. It's made of white plastic with white bristles at the end. There is no decoration - but who needs decoration on a dish brush?? It's design consists of a long handle which has a thickened part at the distal end of the handle - and then this is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/12 (Useful, 36 readings)
I bought this dishbrush to use mainly on my rosting dish when I have made a roast and the pan has gone cripsy which is does tend to do as it is a really old roasting dish but it still works perfectly. The dishbrush cost 49p and was from the Asda Smartprice range which i personally think is generally a pretty good range of products. The dish brush is slightly off white in colour and has a thin handle with a hole at the top of it so you could hang it on the wall if you choose to, the handle is about 5 inches long so there is plenty of room to hold the brush comfortably. At the end of the handle there is the brush which has a circular head with some white ... Read the complete review
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