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3-Pack Scotch-Brite Scrub Dots Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges EXPIRED

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Amazon has 3-Pack Scotch-Brite Scrub Dots Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges on sale for $2.37 when you checkout with Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 3-Count Scotch-Brite Scrub Dots Sponges (Non-Scratch, Heavy Duty) for $2.49 - 5% when you check out via Subscribe & Save = $2.37. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+

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I have these at home right now.

These are Heavy Duty and it is scratchy.

It works wonders removing waterstains from my stainless pans, but it will leave swirl marks. Not recommend for non stick, cast iron, enemel cookware.

They are one of the most abrasive sponges I ever used.

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How are these? Does it really help?I would think tinier bumps would increase friction, this seems to be the opposite
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Quote from ionizer :
How are these? Does it really help?I would think tinier bumps would increase friction, this seems to be the opposite
I have these at home right now.

These are Heavy Duty and it is scratchy.

It works wonders removing waterstains from my stainless pans, but it will leave swirl marks. Not recommend for non stick, cast iron, enemel cookware.

They are one of the most abrasive sponges I ever used.
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Quote from ddBqRvCpcFv6 :
I have these at home right now.

These are Heavy Duty and it is scratchy.

It works wonders removing waterstains from my stainless pans, but it will leave swirl marks. Not recommend for non stick, cast iron, enemel cookware.

They are one of the most abrasive sponges I ever used.
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Quote from ionizer :
How are these? Does it really help?I would think tinier bumps would increase friction, this seems to be the opposite
It's like having fine sand paper on the back. It does work. And lasts longer than the traditional green scour pad type.
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Target has these pack of 6 for $5.49...so it's a savings of what, .75cents?
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Quote from ddBqRvCpcFv6 :
I have these at home right now.

These are Heavy Duty and it is scratchy.

It works wonders removing waterstains from my stainless pans, but it will leave swirl marks. Not recommend for non stick, "cast iron", enamel cookware.

They are one of the most abrasive sponges I ever used.
I'd understand nonstick & enamel but cast iron??
These must be some seriously rough sponges.
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How do you keep the sponges from getting smelly?
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I tested these on plastic and they left deep swirl marks so they're definitely heavy duty. I'd only recommend for stainless steel, it would destroy the coating on your coated pans (including cast iron)!

After all is said, they're awesome for the right job; they're more specific-use than general-purpose.
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How do you keep the sponges from getting smelly?
I use antibacterial Palmolive dish soap (I only use antibacterial) even before COVID, and it usually works for me. By the time I have to replace my sponge it's because it's worn out as opposed to smelly bacterial overgrowth. Just my experience.
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How do you keep the sponges from getting smelly?
Ring it out as best you can after every use.

Occasionally microwave for 20 seconds or so, or put it in boiling water for a few seconds.
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These left scratches on my stainless steel pans! I'd ONLY use these on CAST IRON.
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Ring it out as best you can after every use.

Occasionally microwave for 20 seconds or so, or put it in boiling water for a few seconds.
I put mine in the dishwasher - top rack. Works fine.
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