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OXO Good Grips Bottle Brush
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- Durable neck flexes for easy reach inside bottles, pitchers and carafes.
- Stiffer bristles clean hard-to-reach corners while soft bristles are gentle enough for crystal and stemware.
- Soft, non-slip grip.
- Dishwasher safe.
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|Item Dimensions||2.5 x 12.75 x 2.5 in||4.25 x 2.12 x 17.5 in||3 x 2.25 x 12 in||2.25 x 2.25 x 13.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||—||—||5.02 ounces|
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|Size||12"H||One Size||10 In||1 pack|
|Style Name||Good Grips® Flexible Neck Bottle Brush||Good Grips Water Bottle Cleaning Set||Good Grips® Steel Bottle Brush||Bottle Brush|
The OXO good grips bottle brush features a bristle head designed for gentle cleaning and serious scrubbing. The durable neck flexes for easy reach inside bottles, pitchers and carafes. The brush has a soft, non-slip grip, even when wet.
With two types of bristles and a flexible neck, the bottle brush by Oxo is the ultimate weapon in cleaning skinny bottles and narrow jars. Because of the brush's flexible neck and rounded head, nooks and crannies are easy to get to and get clean. The nonslip handle stays firmly in place--even under running water--and absorbs pressure and tension away from hands. --Laurie NotaroSee all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
OXO tactile rubbery grip
Excellent balance between too soft and too firm bristles
Long bristles and narrow head to clean almost any type bottle
VERY close to being too short (effective length 8)
May actually be too short for some of the klean kanteen bottles I've seen
THE BOTTOM LINE:
The only issue I have is the bristles might be a little too soft, so I have to soak my bottles overnight with a bleach solution in order to loosen the gunk. I could scrape the film away with a chopstick.
It is quite difficult to clean these canisters usually because water splashing and detergent isn't enough on its own. Using my hands to clean dirty materials is normally always the way I go about to clean something in need of clearing out but doing so for incredibly small and hollow canisters is "impossible" to do with hands alone.
My hands are way too big to come close to fitting inside the small canister tops and I didn't know what I could use to scrub that coffee build up found inside the canisters. Quick enough, I find this simple product on Amazon and place an order. In just 2 simple days (Amazon Prime Membership), I have the OXO Bottle brush and wow! It squeezes through the tightest hollow canisters and easily brushes up any buildup of stains or particles that may be sticking to the inside of the container.
In combination with the Urnex Clearly Coffee Liquid Coffee Pot Cleaner item also on Amazon and this OXO Bottle brush, your cleaning duties for the remaining of a living and drinking coffee life are now simplified! No more struggles with getting a perfect clean canister. Drink with satisfaction and ease of mind and purchase this brush!
Brush feels durable and has a nice array and structure of cleaning threads. Comes topped with a rubbish grip for the lower handle and operates with ease for any inexperienced user. I feel like with proper care, this shall last for a lifetime.
Sadly, two things are not so great. One, the white bristles quickly discolor if exposed to anything but soap and water (tea and coffee drinkers beware). Two, the brush head is a mere 2.5 inches in length, and when you're cleaning larger vessels like the Hario Water Brew Coffee Pot, 1000ml, Brown, every inch counts. In short, if the bristles were a darker color and there were an inch more brush, this would be just about perfect. As it is, it's serviceable but makes cleaning larger things slightly more time consuming. This being Amazon, where a search for "bottle brush" returns a mind-melting 74,565 results, these seem like fair nits to pick.