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Wenzel Great Basin Tent - 9 Person

MSR Alpine Dish Brush / Scraper

October 5, 2015 - Comment

This nonstick-friendly dish cleaner features an ergonomic rubber grip, an edge radius to match most cookware bevels and a stiff-bristled brush for tougher cleaning jobs. Product Features Fast drying brush resists mold and mildew Custom formed handle doubles as a scraper

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This nonstick-friendly dish cleaner features an ergonomic rubber grip, an edge radius to match most cookware bevels and a stiff-bristled brush for tougher cleaning jobs.

Product Features

  • Fast drying brush resists mold and mildew
  • Custom formed handle doubles as a scraper
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Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Perfect! We have a traveling kitchen to accommodate my need to cook in a hotel room. I have celiac disease and can’t dine out anymore (despite GF menu’s). This little dish brush was perfect for packing and worked terrific for cleaning everything in my traveling kitchen including an electric skillet!

Claudia says:

Not sure what the big deal is I saw the reviews on this and figured I HAD to buy it. Umn.. The green/scrubby part of your sponge works just as well if not better. I like this too but honeslty, I can clean my stainless pots and pans better with the green scrubby. Cut it in half if you need to take it with you. 

RangerDoug says:

Cool Little Tool! I bought two of these. One for camping with my scout troop, one for the office. Biggest selling point for scout camping is when we take Dutch ovens along. You need to be a little careful with those things if you want to keep them properly seasoned, and the stiff brush and stiff plastic scraping blades do a nice job in conjunction with some hot water. Cleans the cast iron nicely without ruining the seasoned surface with soap. At the office, I regularly microwave soup in a ceramic bowl. I…

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