Wilko Functional Dish Brush

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Wilko Functional Dish Brush

Washing Up/Dishes

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Review of "Wilko Functional Dish Brush"

published 02/10/2017 | mumsymary
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Cons No extra separate row of bristles
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"Functional for cleaning pans and dishes"

I have had many washing up brushes including this one from Wilkinson (Wilko).
I bought mine at a from Wilkinsons shop in a local town, but you can ad it to your basket and buy online at http://www.wilko.com/cloths+rubber-gloves/wilko-functional-dish-brush/invt/1174340

Oh yes this brush is functional and cheap its a washing up brush not the Wilko functional paint brush block brush or toilet brush , I guess "functional is Wilko's budget, value range

This brush costs only 40p which is a very good price.

This brush is made out of white plastic; there are no other colour options.
The brush is about 20cm long. The brush head about 4 cm of that and about 3cm wide at the bristle end. This end has a slightly raised thin edge which works for scraping residue on your pans and cooking trays.
The end of the brush handle has a small hole in it, handy for hanging up if you have a peg or pole by your sink. I do not so my functional brush rests in my cutlery drainer.
This is really quite a simple brush. The bristles are hard and stiff.

The Wilko functional brush has no single extra row of bristles like a well known make washing up brush has The one with these extra bristles is in fat better for getting edges and in smaller areas,

This brush good for cleaning that stubborn dirt from dishes and pans.
Good for cleaning anything which needs a stiff small brush. I would not clean anything that I would not want to get a scratch on it.
Old ones (or new ones if you do not use them for washing up your food dishes after) are handy for cleaning out pet dirty trays, plant pots. They are great for cleaning out children's paint pots.
Thinking back to my career working with children I used these with children instead of paint brushes to give a different effect, They are good for making an effect on clay / dough too

"""====Durability, Cleaning
These brushes are quite durable mine last for ages. The ends of the bristles do get a bit frayed and splayed out after time. I have never put one of these in a dishwasher so do not know if they are dishwasher proof. I rinse/wash my brush clean after use and stand it up so it drains. I have heard putting a rubber band around the bristle heads will stop them slaying out

"""====Would I recommend?
Yes good and cheap performs well enough.

JK Wilkinson opened his first shop in Leicester in 1930 now still family run they now have shops all over the UK. Wilkinson's sell hardware, homeware and garden products. Their items not highly priced

"""====Would I recommend?
Yes good and cheap performs well enough.

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  • Candyperfumegirl published 25/10/2017
  • IzzyS published 04/10/2017
    Good review.
  • Secre published 04/10/2017
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Product Information : Wilko Functional Dish Brush

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Washing Up/Dishes

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Manufacturer: Wilkinsons

Type: Washing Up/Dishes


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