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Lodge K11BRSH Cast Iron Scrubber Brush

by Lodge
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  • 11-inch scrubber brush for all cast iron cookware
  • Round head with densely packed, stiff nylon bristles
  • Slender contoured wood handle with metal hanging loop
  • Great for kitchen, RV, or camping trips
  • From popular American cast iron cookware maker
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Lodge K11BRSH Cast Iron Scrubber Brush + Lodge SCRAPERPK Durable Polycarbonate Pan Scrapers, Red and Black, 2-Pack + Lodge SCRAPERGPK Grill Pan Scraper, 2-Pack
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 2 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002F9AH2
  • Item model number: K11BRSH
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (262 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,412 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

This stiff bristled brush is designed with wood handle, synthetic bristles, and the Lodge skillet logo burned into the brush head. Great for cleaning your cast iron pieces.


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Customer Reviews

This brush cleans my Lodge cast iron fry pan with ease.
S. Sears
The last one I had fell apart after 3-4 months of light use. the heads would fall off and then it becomes a palm brush.
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Can't go back on because it's cracked where the metal part that holds the head on connects with the handle.
JessW

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

536 of 541 people found the following review helpful By G. Murphy on November 28, 2005
I have owned 3 of these brushes in the past month. I wash all wood by hand, dry immediately and never allow the wood to sit in water. Still, the wood is a cheap brittle wood which soaks up water, expands and contracts and cracks--then the bristles fall out. One came cracked and the other two cracked after just a few uses. I went back to using my Rubbermaid brush designed similarly but with a plastic handle. I have owned other Rubbermaid brushes which have lasted 10 years so far. I have contacted the Lodge company about this brush. Lodge is a great company with EXCELLENT products. This product could lead some to a negative impression if they are not familiar with the usual outstanding quality of Lodge. I'm just surprised--almost stunned by how awful this brush is!
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269 of 271 people found the following review helpful By rl123 on December 14, 2005
After buying this brush, I realized that I could find the same thing without the Lodge label at Walmart for about $1.50. In fact, I've seen the non-branded version of this brush at a lot of places.

This is just a generic brush. There is nothing special about it and Lodge just sourced it from whatever Chinese company makes the thing and put its logo on it.

If you want to get it as a gift to accompany a Lodge cast iron cookware piece (which are great btw), then that's fine. However, I wouldn't buy it if you are just looking for a brush to clean your cast iron pans because there's nothing special about it and it's twice the cost of something equivalent.

BTW, the bristles turn dark with repeated use but this is true for all brushes used to clean cast iron - I think it's something to do with the grease. Therefore, you can't really use the brush for anything else other than cleaning cast iron so keep that in mind.
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189 of 189 people found the following review helpful By fairview on January 16, 2006
It does okay. Its a scrubber brush with nylon brsitles. Cleans as well as any other nylon scrubber. I would suggest going to your local supermarket and buying whatever they have there. Any nylon scrubber will wear out over time. Its not a bad product, just not anything special.
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71 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Donna L. Keeper on July 13, 2006
I thought that Lodge would manufacture the perfect cleaning utensil for their cast iron pots and pans. I was wrong! It's a cheap wood brush that swells up and cracks. Plus it is designed so poorly, the head keeps falling off of the handle. Yes, definetly buy a brush for your cast iron, it will do the best job. But buy a generic one at the supermarket or Walmart for a lot less money, plus it won't fall apart.
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86 of 90 people found the following review helpful By Julie B. Kelley on January 20, 2009
All you need to scrub cast iron is cooking oil and salt. Just make a paste, maybe 1 tablespoon salt and a teaspoon of oil and scrub it around with a paper towel, rinse well and dry throughly. It helps to keep it seasoned also. I saw this tip on the Martha Stewart Show years ago and my skillet still looks new.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By JimQPublic on January 26, 2007
I have a lot of Lodge cast iron cookware and love it. Unfortunately this brush doesn't live up to Lodge's reputation. I got two- one for the kitchen and one for the camper. After a dozen or so uses each one started to fall apart. Once the handle falls off the first time you might as well throw it away. The head still works for scrubbing but as others have posted you're better off with a $1 all-plastic scrub brush.
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68 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Fran on July 14, 2007
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If you use cast iron cookware, you should buy several of these. They are the only thing that I've found that works well when trying to scrub this kind of cookware. I have a Lodge frying pan and a Lodge grill (the kind that goes over two burners). The frying pan will feel greasy until I go over with the brush. By the way, I was told not to use soap to clean my cast iron so, I use Kosher salt. Sprinkle it on, use a little water to make it pasty and scrub. The sticky bits of food and grease will come off with just a little scrubbing with this brush. This brush is even more essential to clean the grill pan to get into the grooves and ridges.

It also works extremely well on my Le Creuset grill and grill pan. This scrubber brush works. I highly recommend it.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By JGM on October 27, 2007
As soon as we received it the metal ring located on the wooded handle was floating between the handle and the brush. Then on the first use some of the bristles fell out. We immediately returned the brush.
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