S.O.S. Steel Wool Soap Pads, 18 Count
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- 18 count package of steel wool soap pads
- Powerful combination of soap and steel wool removes tough messes
- Makes aluminum, iron and stainless steel pots and pans sparkle
- Eliminates soap scum
- Perfect for removing rust from your patio furniture and garden tools
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Size: 18 Count
Eye contact with soap may cause mild irritation and redness. First aid: eye, immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call a doctor. Skin, upon contact, rinse with plenty of water. Ingestion, soap, drink a glassful of water. Call a doctor or poison control center. Ingestion of steel pad, immediately contact a doctor or poison control center.
Steel wire, sodium tallowate, water, glycerin, sodium carbonate, cocamide MEA, sodium nitrite, oleic-stearic acid, sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate, C.I. pigment blue 15, dilauryl thiodipropionate, fragrance, sodium hydroxide, sodium metasilicate, titanium oxide. Contains no phosphorus.
Wet an S.O.S pad with water and use to clean soiled surface. Rinse area clean with clear water. Use of gloves may reduce skin abrasion. After use, either discard pad in trash or rinse pad with water to remove dirt particles. Gently squeeze to wring out excess moisture and store on a clean, dry surface. For delicate surfaces, test first by lightly using the S.O.S pad on a small, inconspicuous area.
Top Customer Reviews
Hear them plates and forks go clinkedy-clink
It's a pain in the but - I hate washing pots
Can never get'em clean - turns my stomach to knots
Scrubbin' an scrapin', washing and rinsin'
Trying to make 'em look clean and convincin'
But NO I can't do it - it's impossible!
My frustration is quite audible!
My Moms hears me whats that? We're good to go?
She got SOS Pads (our store don't carry Brillo)
Holy smokes they WORK! Work like a charm,
I fly through them pots like a violent storm!
That black stuff on the bottom don't stand a chance!
Undersides so shiny - put you in a trance!
Now I love these things - use'em all the time
I hope you liked my dumb little rhyme
It's time to blow - just so you know -
SOS Steel Pads are the way to go.
Am I missing something here? I rated the item with many stars...but the price is absolutely ridiculous! Why would anyone do this?
I'll be honest- I had no idea what they were. But I recognized the name. They're basically steel wool (very fine, soft steel wool) with soap mixed in. They're used for scrubbing, and are really a 'one time use' product. They're not made to be used more than once. And I learned the hard way that they rust if left out wet (and leave terrible marks on what they're left on). But for the price, they're well worth their disposable nature. While scrubbing, they're very soft (unlike other steel wool products), so they don't scratch up your hand. You can scrub as hard as possible and still not get pricked by a loose piece of spikey metal.
My first experiment was my shower. Grime had built up for a long time. I literally used shampoo to clean out my shower- it's all I thought of. I spent about an hour scrubbing my nozzles, drain, and walls with these things. I rinsed, stepped out, and went 'Holy crap- how did I not know of these sooner?' My shower literally looked brand new!
Next up- the kitchen sink! Prior to these I'd used dish soap to wash the sink. These things left the sink super shiny. It was practically a mirror! I was amazed. All I could think was 'What else can I clean?'. Looked around the kitchen and found some stainless steel pots and pans.Read more ›
Love S.O.S. pads. I normally wash my dishes with a Scotch-Brite Non-scratch Scrub Sponge but there are times when they just won't get off some baked/cooked on material. Take out the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and it won't take off the material either. Grab the S.O.S. pad...wait, I'm out...oh no. Okay, grab the Comet Cleanser and try that. Still got a stain on the pot. Quickly order S.O.S. pads through Amazon. They come and my 6-Quart Farberware Classic Stainless Steel Covered Stockpot looks great again.
The men in my family would not think about washing their cars without S.O.S. pads available for the chrome bumpers and grill. Also good for removing hard water stains on the windshields and mirrors (don't use on painted surfaces).
Hope they never change the soap formula because it works great. It buffers the fine steel wool just enough to not damage my pots, pans or ...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pay attention. These have soap on them. Brillo isn't the hardest I've used so it won't scratch everything. Just know what can tolerate this as a cleaning method. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jesse Naftel
SOS is good for what it is, but they do rust. My hub bought these. I knew I'd have to throw away after use. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Patty P
Just like in the old days. one of the few items that are still holding on to there name for super servicePublished 1 month ago by Carl Hodson
These are wonderful! I had never used steel wool before, and it makes a huge difference in cleaning time and effort! The soap included in these makes everything go even faster.Published 1 month ago by Callie Cobb
These are exactly as you would expect them to be. But I don't like how they rust very quickly.Published 2 months ago by Jody
A household staple that I grew up with my mom using. Use them on my pots and pans when I need something a little stronger to clean them.Published 3 months ago by MJ