Scotch Brite No Scratch Sponges Review And Uses

by Donna

Donna has shared her Scotch Brite No Scratch Sponges review for cleaning pots and pans and even more things in her home.

There are, of course, many different types of Scotch Brite sponges. These include these non-scratch variety (blue sponge with blue scrubber), the heavy duty sponges (yellow sponge with green scrubber), delicate care (white sponge with white scrubber), and nail saver no scratch sponge (white sponge with pink scrubber). In addition, they also have a line of "Greener Clean" sponges, which are marketed as more eco-friendly.

Donna says:

This sponge is a great product. It is tough on grime and hard stuck on gunk, but also leaves my non-stick pots and pans in perfect condition.

I have used other scrubbers and sponges in the past, and over time they have ruined my Teflon coated pans. I have been using this sponge for almost two years, and have had great results. My non-stick pots and pans still look like new.

I also love to use these sponges on my counter top surfaces. Over time, scrubbing them has made them worn and old. When I got new counter tops for both my kitchen and bathroom I was worried that they would get ruined. I have only used the non-scratch scrub sponge on them, and they have maintained their beauty, and look brand new.

I also use it on my bathroom sinks, because they are a ceramic composite.
I keep them looking brand new with this sponge. Overall it is a wonderful product and I would highly recommend it!

Taylor says:

Thanks for your review of these Scotch-Brite sponges. I too have used the Scotch Brite sponges for cleaning my pots and pans, and have been pleased with them.

They seem to last a long time before they get worn out and look kind of sad, and I don't have to switch sponges out too often. I use them every single day too, because we cook often in our home, which means lots of dirty dishes, pots and pans.

The scrubber side is very handy, and it seems to really get rid of lots of dirt and dried on gunk on pots and pans, but I feel like it is safer for my pots and pans which I don't want to scrape up too much. I don't even typically use a heavy duty scrubber sponge, nor pot scrubbers because these sponges are typically enough.

Does anyone else like a particular sponge for cleaning in the kitchen, or for other areas of their home? Please share your kitchen and cleaning sponges review here, to tell me what type of sponge you use, and why you like it so much.

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