Scotch-Brite Soap Control Scrub Dots Heavy Duty Dishwand

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Product Description

Control your soap with the leak-free Scotch-Brite Soap Control Scrub Dots Heavy Duty Dishwand. Who wants a dishwand that leaks soap? Or one that slips out of your hands? The Scotch-Brite Soap Control Heavy Duty Scrub Dots Dishwand is the answer! Its scrubber powers through your toughest messes, resists odors and rinses clean, while keeping your hands out of the mess. Valve prevents soap from leaking, no matter how the dishwand is stored. Button allows for precise soap control, dispensing soap when and where needed. Scraper helps remove stuck-on food. The Scotch-Brite Soap Control Heavy Duty Scrub Dots Dishwand is safe on non-coated cookware, oven grates, brick fireplaces and more.

To clean, simply put the dishwand head you are using in the dishwasher top rack to sanitize and reuse it. All Scotch-Brite Dishwands are compatible with Scotch-Brite Dishwand Refills.

Stock up your cleaning supplies with Scotch-Brite Dishwand Refills and see why Scotch-Brite is the beloved cleaning brand for many households. Scotch-Brite gives you the power to clean up life’s everyday messes — in the kitchen and beyond. From everyday jobs to cleaning hacks, you'll see why Scotch-Brite Brand is America’s #1 selling dishwand brand.

Looking for refills? Click here: Scotch-Brite Dishwand Refills

Features & Benefits

  • Valve prevents dish soap from leaking, no matter how the dishwand is stored.
  • Button allows for precise soap control, dispensing soap where and when needed.
  • Resists odors & rinses clean – even eggs and cheese won’t stick.
  • Powerful scrubbing for stuck-on messes.
  • Safe on: Non-coated cookware, oven grates, brick fireplace and more.
  • Scrubbing fibers are made from 75% recycled content.
  • Soft-touch surface provides a non-slip grip.
  • Works with all Scotch-Brite Refills.
  • Scraper helps remove stuck-on food.
  • Fill it up with your favorite dish soap and effortlessly wipe away grease and grime.
  • Top shelf dishwasher safe.
  • Antibacterial – Fights Odor Causing Bacteria.
Country of Origin: Canada.

Application Instructions

When it is time to change the head, hold the dishwand with head facing up. Push tab away from handle, slide refill off and push forward to remove. Slide new head onto handle and click into place.

For Advanced Soap Control Dishwands, remove Soap Stopper by pushing up through back of new head to dispense soap through hole. Leave Soap Stopper in place for classic dishwands.

* Multiple cases may be shipped per package in order to minimize the charge for shipping.

 

Technical Information

Scotch-Brite Soap Control Scrub Dots Heavy Duty Dishwand
  • Country of Origin: Canada
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

651A-4 Standard sizes

ITEM SIZEITEM # ITEMS PER CASE QUANTITY ORDERING PRICE PER ITEM PRICE PER CASE

1 Dishwand

651A-4

UPC = 638060077191
4

Single Item (1-3 Items)

1 - 4 Cases (4-19 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (20-39 Items)

10+ Cases (>= 40 Items)

$5.58

$4.85
a 13% discount

$4.77
a 15% discount

$4.69
a 16% discount

N/A

$19.40

$19.08

$18.76

Question & Answers

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Kelly May 21, 2020
QUESTION: Do these refills have holes in them?
ANSWER: Yes, all 3 refill types (heavy-duty, non-scratch, and scrub dots) now have the hole at the bottom. Thank you.

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