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Amazon.com has as an Add-on Item: Lodge 6" Scrub Brush for $4.86. Shipping is free w/ qualifying orders of $25 or more [Details]. Thanks KZPdesign

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This is a great scrub brush, I've bought it previously and this is the lowest price I've seen it NOT as an Add-On item. Previously I bought this at $4.99 as a FP deal add-on item. It's currently free shipping for prime or minimum order, and for my account I was able to do slow shipping with $1 credit toward digital items, which is always a score for me.
  • 10-inch scrubber brush for all cast iron cookware
  • Round head with densely packed, stiff bristles
  • Ergonomic design for a comfortable grip
  • Convenient hole in handle for hanging
  • Natural wood with a natural lacquer finish

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Seems like a good price but the number of reviews and pictures with the head snapping off is worrisome.
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Big fan of brand... Not so much of this product. Broke two of them. Won't be a third.
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While the title says 10-inch, the one for $4.86 is actually the 6" version (under size options). The 10" from that listing is only available as a 2-pack for $14.99.

Still a good price for the 6" though.
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While the title says 10-inch, the one for $4.86 is actually the 6" version (under size options). The 10" from that listing is only available as a 2-pack for $14.99.

Still a good price for the 6" though.
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Seems like a good price but the number of reviews and pictures with the head snapping off is worrisome.
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I'd second the note that this price is for the 6" version NOT the 10".
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Any comment about quality?
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I was going to buy one for my cast iron skillet but after reading the reviews it seems like this snaps easily. Not worth it.
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Big fan of brand... Not so much of this product. Broke two of them. Won't be a third.
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Honestly if you're scrubbing that hard then you either haven't seasoned you iron good enough or you are not cooking properly on it.
Or maybe the wood handle is poor quality.
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You would be much much much better off buying a chain mail scrubber for your cast iron.
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I bought this brush from one of the dollar stores for ~$3. The nylon bristles and plastic handle are really strong. The longer bristles on the tip get into the base of the sides, and it's easy to toss into the dishwasher so it gets its own cleaning on occasion.

https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Clean-4...B008VVI38Q

The plastic scrapers are also very effective if you have something really stuck on.

A totally free alternative is to just boil some water in the pan for a few minutes and let the hot water sit inside for a little while. Anything stuck will lift really easily.

If your pan is poorly seasoned or you get the really rough chinese made cast iron (I'm looking at you, Ozark Trail), the best solution is to re-season your pan with many coats. I like this Cast Iron Seasonin Stick [unclejonssoap.com] from Uncle Jon's Soaps. It's a mix of vegetable shortening and bees wax - much like Crisbee but it's made close to home. Unlike flax seed oil, the seasoning isn't prone to flaking off so easily.
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Oxo is way better. The one I got at BBB was $12 and used a 20% coupon. Saved the receipt scanned it, bc Oxo has lifetime warranty. This lodge brush is junk
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in for one thx op
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I bought this brush from one of the dollar stores for ~$3. The nylon bristles and plastic handle are really strong. The longer bristles on the tip get into the base of the sides, and it's easy to toss into the dishwasher so it gets its own cleaning on occasion.

https://www.amazon.com/Mr-Clean-4...B008VVI38Q [amazon.com]

The plastic scrapers are also very effective if you have something really stuck on.

A totally free alternative is to just boil some water in the pan for a few minutes and let the hot water sit inside for a little while. Anything stuck will lift really easily.

If your pan is poorly seasoned or you get the really rough chinese made cast iron (I'm looking at you, Ozark Trail), the best solution is to re-season your pan with many coats. I like this Cast Iron Seasonin Stick [unclejonssoap.com] from Uncle Jon's Soaps. It's a mix of vegetable shortening and bees wax - much like Crisbee but it's made close to home. Unlike flax seed oil, the seasoning isn't prone to flaking off so easily.
chain mail works far better and is easier to use than all of the above...
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