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OXO Good Grips Soap Dispensing Dish Sponge Refills, 2-Pack

3.9 out of 5 stars 155 customer reviews
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  • Durable antibacterial Sponge
  • Scraper on backside of Sponge easily removes baked-on food
  • Sponge and scraper are safe for non-stick cookware
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Product Description

Style Name: Dish sponge Refills

When it's time to replace the sponge on your GOOD GRIPS Soap Squirting Dish Sponge, just push up on the tab to eject it. Attach the new sponge by simply sliding it on. Our durable, this sponge has a unique shape for thorough cleaning inside corners and along curves while scrubbing away baked-on food. Refill brush, sponge and scrub heads come in a pack of two for convenience and include instructions.

Product Information

Style Name:Dish sponge Refills
Product Dimensions 2.5 x 1 x 10.2 inches
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer OXO
ASIN B0009J4Y9K
Item model number 1062328
Customer Reviews
3.9 out of 5 stars 155 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #11,088 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
#41 in Home & Kitchen > Cleaning Supplies > Household Cleaning > Cleaning Tools > Sponges

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By J. Fuchs VINE VOICE on December 31, 2007
Style Name: Dish Sponge
Pluses: soft brush works well on everything, including non-stick items. Grip is comfortable.

Minuses: the brush leaks. the cover on the handle opens up when cleaning glasses because the bottom of the cover sticks out too far. doesn't always squirt when it should. sponge falls off frequently.

In short, stick with the cheaper brushes you can get at the supermarket.
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By Katrina G on December 13, 2008
Style Name: Dish Sponge
This thing leaks. I've got two and they both leak. If you store it sponge-side down, you'll have a puddle of soap in your sink. If you store it sponge-side up, the handle will be covered in soap. There's an older model where the sponge sort of "twists" on that doesn't seem to leak so much, but I cannot find refills. I hate how much money I've wasted trying to make this work!
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We have been using this product for years. It's so handy to have it at the kitchen sink. They do have to be replaced occasionally because the rubber on the push button to release the soap eventually breaks down and I can't find them in any of our stores locally. We also have to order the refill sponges from Amazon and always get great service. What's available in the stores now has a "scratchy" surface on the sponge which we don't like to use on our non-stick cookware so we continue to use these sponges even though we can only get them on the internet.
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It's worth paying extra for this tool. I have used other off-brands and OXO rocks. The larger surface area can be a bit cumbersome in washing glasses. It's the durability that I love about this wand.
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I see a lot of very negative reviews on this page, which surprises me quite a bit. I've had two of these, and each one has lasted at least a couple of years before the rubber soap-squirter button has cracked and given out (which is the only problem I've ever had with these, and something that is just a feature of using flexible materials like rubber in this type of situation). For a product that costs under ten bucks, I think that's pretty good, and it's far better than any other similar item I've ever tried. I like the size, form, function, and the angle of the head, and I find the item very easy to use. I will keep replacing this thing as long as they keep making them.
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I’ve tried 4-5 scrubbers. Most wear out or clog up quickly. The ones from the supermarket are always changing, so when I need replacement sponges, they never fit. This one is more expensive, but it works and it lasts a long time, so it’s cheaper in the long run.

I have two. The other one has the pot scrubber head. It works great on badly stuck-on pans from pot roast and the like.

I have only had the head come off a couple of times and I use it for everything. When it did, there was gunk on the mating surface. I just cleaned it off and reassembled.

Neither of mine leak at all. We store ours sponge down in the corner of the sink. I’ve never had a puddle of soap.

06/14/15 Update: I’ve now been using these things for over 5 years. I have to amend some of my comments above. This thing still works well when it’s working. The problem is the soap. It gets everything all gummed up and it really doesn’t work that well as a soap dospemser. I’m lowering my rating to 3 stars.

1. Over time, it gets more and more gross. After a few months, dark gunk that looks like mold starts to accumulate around the base and inside. It’s hard to believe that mold can grow in a soap container, but it is some kind of gunk. It doesn’t smell at all, but looks gross. The gunk on the outside is easy enough to clean, but there is no way to clean the inside.

2. As the gunk builds up on the bottom, the catch that holds the head in place becomes less secure. Eventually, it won’t hold it at all and has to be replaced.

3. As the gunk builds up inside, it starts to leak, both from the bottom and around the button, which doubles as a cap. Even rinsing it frequently doesn’t keep it from being a slimy, slippery mess. And it dispenses soap continually.
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By Moxy on February 3, 2016
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I had this for over a year now and it does what it's supposed to. I haven't had any leaking problems with the rubber seal, however I did notice if you let the dish liquid get half way below the thumb button, the dish liquid won't squirt out. So I find if I keep it above that level, it works fine with no problems. Keep in mind the sponge will hold water, so when you're done with it, squeeze out the excess and stand the wand with the handle down and sponge up. I keep mine propped up in the sink because I use it so much. I like the big sponge heads for cleaning my pots and pans etc. but wish they would offer a narrower size for some of those smaller and narrower glasses and jars. Other than that, I'm pretty happy with it.
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I used a Libman sponge thingy for years, and they work fine. The problem is that nothing stops the soap from leaking out through the sponge whether you're using it or not. And if you put it upright, it leaks out the filler cap. That's why I went looking for a solution.

I like the fact that this dispenses soap only when you press the button, but was surprised that the soap isn't released into the sponge, but out through a hole in the head. It's practical when washing a plate or glass or something larger, but not silverware and the like. I also don't care for the sponge itself. I find that cellulose sponges do a better job and last longer.

But those things aside, I like how this feels in my hand--a hallmark of OXO products--and that the head is flexible enough to get to the bottom of glasses. I also like it that I'm not wasting soap and literally throwing money down the drain. I'm giving it 4 stars because it does everything I needed it to do and 80% of what I wanted it to do.
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