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Really bad design of scrubber shape and that horrid SPOUT on the back
on November 20, 2014
EDIT OH JOY OH RAPTURE UNFORESEEN (with apologies to Gilbert and Sullivan): turns out you can use the Scotch Brite scrubber ON the Dawn version (link below). So I just wrote Amazon to get them to correct the price on the Dawn dishwand prontito, and as soon as they do that, I'll buy it again. Whew! Original Review follows below.
All dishwands leak out the bottom, unless you store them on their back, and don't fill all the way with dish detergent (or whatever). Unfortunately, this one's back has another plug right ON the back, so it leaks worse. The scrubber is a tad better, and the pad stays longer on the dishwand, so if you won't put detergent in it, then fine. But if you will, find some other dishwand. When I find one that actually WORKS, I'll let you know, here.
Closest one I've found is a specific Dawn version (see link here, but the pricing is obviously wrong: http://www.amazon.com/Dawn-Fillable-Scrubber-Dishwand-3-Pack/dp/B00HI06946/ref=sr_1_17?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1416531955&sr=1-17&keywords=dishwand ). After over a year of use, I've not seen it leak until yet, but its scrubber is very soft and badly shaped, just like this 3M version which it obviously copies -- without, the misplaced added spout. So I'm trying to find another dishwand LIKE the Dawn, but with a scrubber like the 3M. So far, not finding one.
Dishwands are the way to go. Wish I could find one that actually worked well. Sigh.