MMM420

Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge

2.8" x 4.5" - 1Each - Green, Yellow

Reg. Price $2.17

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Heavy-duty scrub sponge is designed to provide fast cleanup of tough jobs
Removes tough, baked-on messes 50% faster than other like sponges
Designed for use in the kitchen area; sanitize in the dishwasher and reuse
Green/Yellow
Size: 4-1/2" W x 2-3/4" H
  • Additional Info
SKU
MMM420
Manufacturer
3M
Manufacturer Part Number
420
Brand Name
Scotch-Brite
Product Type
Scrub Sponge
Color
Yellows
Features
Heavy Duty
Application/Usage
Scrubbing
Recycled
No

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Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge
 
4.8

(based on 466 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Aging reduces one's amount of "Elbow Grease"

As I was growing up I heard the phrase "Elbow Grease" a lot, mainly from my Grandmother! This was her way of determining the amount of effort I put into doing...Read complete review

As I was growing up I heard the phrase "Elbow Grease" a lot, mainly from my Grandmother! This was her way of determining the amount of effort I put into doing the cleaning chores that she assigned to me. In short, if you didn't bend your arm at the elbow and bear down with your arm muscles,(as opposed to using just wrist and hand), you were not cleaning something to the level she expected from you. Her two favorite jobs to assign me for "elbow grease" cleaning were the kitchen floor and the bathtub. Back then I didn't have access to durable, manageable scrubbers! AS I've gotten older and more arthritic, my "elbow grease" efforts at cleaning have fallen short at getting the dirty jobs as clean as I want them. That is why I almost always purchase Scotch Brite heavy duty sponges and also their scrub brushes. They do not require as much personal "elbow grease" from me but still enable me to get the clean results i expect for my efforts. I especially like the durability of the heavy duty sponges. They last a LOT longer than other brands and provide an easier method of both scrubbing and absorbing any cleaning liquids, without a lot of Elbow Grease. These sponges, as well as the scrub brushes, are easier for my arthritic hands to maintain good cleaning pressure and also to have a better grip on them than many other brands. They are my own special old-age "Elbow Grease"!

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Scotch Brite Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges

I have been buying Scotch Brite Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges for years. I always bought the 6 pack because it was more economical. They were always so much better and lasted so much longer...Read complete review

I have been buying Scotch Brite Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges for years. I always bought the 6 pack because it was more economical. They were always so much better and lasted so much longer than the cheap kind. UNTIL NOW . . . . . I recently bought a new package and was amazed at 1) how cheaply they are now made, nothing like the old ones and 2) how expensive for an inferior product. I won't be purchasing them again. I emailed them about the sponges, and shared my total disgust with them. You may as well save your money and buy the cheaply made ones. These feel weird, not soft like the old ones and the scrubber strip is stiff and unyielding. NOT worth the money anymore. It's too bad, they were the best at one time.

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2.0

What's up with this product?

By Cookingisfun

from San Angelo, Texas

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

I have been using Scotch Brite heavy duty scrub sponges for years and year and years, and they have been great. This last package I bought was different. They were thinner and not as absorbent. The green scrub side came off extremely easily and stuck to my sink when I left it there to dry, taking half the green stuff off when I pried it loose. Why did they change such a great product?!

 
5.0

Great product

By Grandmasue

from Minden, NV

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

I have been using the scrubber sponges for years. Only issue is the color, couldn't the company come up with something more interesting that yellow and green? Really, something that might work better with modern kitchens? Neutral at least?

 
5.0

Great for cleaning stainless steel

By ttruex

from East Canton , OH

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

I was hesitant about using on my new stainless steel sink. Soon found out it works great! I will only use this sponge on my sinks now. Works great with cleaner and sponge rinses clean each time.

 
5.0

Not limited to only the kitchen or bath.

By jim103w

from Oxford, Pa.

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

I used the sponges on the plastic trim of my SUV. Added a little dish detergent to my damp sponge and the scuff marks came up like new.Thank you for the sample sponges. It is an A_1 product.

 
5.0

Greener Clean, heavy duty scrub sponges

By Creampuff

from Michigan

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

Booed a frend's grill for acook out. Thank godness for the heavy duty scrub sponge to clean up the grill before using it. GREAT PRODUCT and it's green.

 
5.0

GREENER CLEAN SPONGES

By ed52

from Savannah, GA

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

3M gave me a free sample of this product to evaluate. Just what i needed to clean my stove.

 
2.0

Used to be good - what happened to Anti-Bacterial?

By WayneP

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

These used to be terrific sponges, but then they took out the Anti-bacterial, now they last less than a week before going mildewy. It's good news for 3M as they sell more sponges because you have to throw them out more often, but bad news for the consumer because the sponges don't last as long. Or was the anti-bacterial agent considered a health risk because it was transmitted to the eating utensils?

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1.0

ScotchBrite Heavy Duty Scrub Sponges

By Kenare

from Whittier, Ca.

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

This product seems to have changed over the last years. The sponge itself is much thinner, and now the green scrubbing section releases green powder all over after taking it from the package. It disintegrates and in some cases cannot be used for intentional purpose. Disappointing.

 
5.0

great at cleaning

By Toaasty

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

This can get just about anything off of my dishes. It is awesome.

 
5.0

Heavy Duty Scrub Sponge

By mikeympm

from Undisclosed

Comments about Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge:

The new thiner sponge and thiner green scratch surface is a far less quality then the product I am use to. If this low quality continues I will no longer buy scotch brute.

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