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OXO Good Grips Soap Dispensing Dish Brush

by OXO

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  • Squirts soap with the light push of a button
  • Durable nylon bristles
  • Scraper on backside of Brush easily removes baked-on food
  • Bristles and scraper are safe for non-stick cookware
  • Simply twist off bottom of Brush handle to refill
  • Soft, comfortable non-slip grip; Accommodates Brush, Sponge and Scrub Refills
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Package Quantity: 1
  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 3 x 3 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000CC91GK
  • Item model number: 1067529
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (201 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,022 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

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Our new Soap Squirting Dish Brush combines a long handled brush with liquid dish soap for convenient cleaning. The soft button doubles as a seal; just pull open the seal and fill the clear body with soap. Reseal the opening, and you're ready to dispense soap with the press of a button! The soft grip is comfortable to hold and is non-slip, even when wet. Durable nylon bristles easily scrub away baked-on food and are safe for non-stick cookware. When it's time for a new brush head, simply push up on the tab to replace it. Replacement brush, sponge, scrub sold separately.


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Customer Reviews

Normally I like OXO products but this one falls way short of my expectation.
Smitty7979
I bought many OXO products and most of them failed within 1-2 months but this one after only 3 weeks!
marc s aubin
Then, the rubber button which you push to cause the soap to release from the handle...tore.
8kdzmom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Chris F on October 15, 2012
Item Package Quantity: 1 Verified Purchase
I've bought pretty much every dish soap scrubbing brush I've found - and finally a winner. I'll admit the previous two revisions of this OXO (this is the third i've used) were flawed and failed early. Previous versions usually failed from the button which you used to refill and push down for soap release. The button on this is not an opening refill port (it now refills from a screw in bottom - the end of the handle with the hook hole in it), so its not prone to becoming disformed and leaking soap. The rubber is also a lot thicker and doesn't seem it will crack like the other did from pressing/frequent nail contact. This revision also doesnt use a lever type soap plunger release valve so it seems to "squirt" out soap significantly better. I've had two of these for 6 months and both show absolutely no sign of wear. Every other dish brush I've had (oxo or not) has only lasted about 6 months. This is by far the best option out there - at least that I can find.
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32 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Widget on April 11, 2007
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I usually love Oxo products. However, I find this one highly frustrating. The dish brush would be great except for 2 problems. The rubber button you push often develops a split. This makes it lose the pressure to dispense the soap. I have replaced the brush several times due to this. This could be due to the fact the the soap doesn't often seem to dispense unless the reservior is nearly full and you keep pushing harder hoping it will work. Either this or else it has already developed an unseen split in the rubber. It is a very handy scrub brush but not that cheap to keep replancing.
Update: Latest dish brush experience. The last time I purchased this brush I tried to just push lightly on the brush to dispense the soap. This last one has lasted longer doing this. In order to not fill up the handle with dish soap all the time, I tried opening the rubber stopper to let air in and then pressing on it to dispense the soap. A little nuisense but it seems to work. The rubber stopper split yet and I don't keep refilling it with soap. The leaks from the rubber stopper others report may be do to it being spit. Try not to use very mush pressure. You need enough soap but also some air pressure in order for it to dispense properly. Good luck.
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27 of 32 people found the following review helpful By SRS on December 25, 2007
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This item is well-constructed and works fine as a simple scrub tool, but the self-dispensing function - for which I purchased it- is a dismal flop. It leaks non-stop. I can't even put any soap in it. When there is soap in it, it comes out through the pressure stop on the side of the handle - and not through the end of the brush. I'll keep it anyway for overall utility, but don't buy this if you think it will be an efficiency saver as a self-soaping tool. I've spent more time cleaning up soap messes from the leaks than I could have ever thought possible.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Jason Brunsell on December 11, 2011
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Revised after two months:
Unfortunately, while these units now last longer, they button still cracks after a couple of months of use. I'm going to try and find another dish brush.

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Original review:
I have been using this product for roughly four years. As you can read from several of the reviews it works great, but had a design flaw: The rubber button would crack and leak soap. I still bought it over and over again because it was just great and pretty cheap to replace the body. The removable brushes and sponges all seem to last a reasonable time.

The great news is that they have changed the design so that soap is now poured in through the black portion of the handle, which screws on/off. The button is now made with a better rubber and looks like it will last forever. I'm glad I stuck with OXO, they have made me doubly satisfied.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By HB Eric on April 30, 2013
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I have to agree with several other who have complained about the button breaking. This is my third OXO dish brush. The first two developed splits on the rubber button causing air to escape so you can't dispense the soap. Under daily use, don't expect to get more than 4-5 months out of it before the button fails. Other than that, it's a pretty good brush.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Reppucci on May 27, 2007
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I run an ice cream shop, where we are constantly washing utensils.

I purchase 8 to ten of these each year, and they are the greatest little brush -- I can wash everything from small utensils to large 3 gallon buckets with it. The kids who work for me love it as it keeps their hands free from the soap. I've never had the cracking problem one other reviewer mentioned, but we typically wear out the brush head long before it has a chance to crack.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tribulation Exodus on December 6, 2012
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I have purchased this brush for over ten years and have been very satisfied. In 2012 I purchased the latest one with the stand twice. Unfortunately the redesigned brush used a design that breaks in less than 5 weeks and the other recent reviews attest the same.

I purchase the first one, it broke in five weeks, then bought a replacement and it broke in three weeks in the exact same location. The new design has issues with rubber button for dispensing the soap. I do not know if its a design flaw or inferior rubber material, but it breaks in the exact same spot. When you look down at the button the lower left side of the button breaks near the edge from your right hand thumb pressing the button and rubs against the corner of sharp plastic. The bristles are not as stiff as pervious too. Very discouraging. Seems they're engineering the quality out of everything these days. They lost me as a customer.

I've tried the Kitchen Aid, but the plastic tip sticks out too much to safely wash the insides of fine glasses or attempting not to scratch non-stick pans. So I ended up purchasing the Casabella Smart Scrub Soap Dispensing Dish Brush and I am so-so happy with it. The whole handle squeezes soap out in a better controlled manor. The bristles are stiff, and the size of the brush is smaller and at a better angle to get into glasses with out fear of breaking them. I give the Casabella Smart Scrub Soap Dispensing Dish Brush 5 Stars.
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