- Cuts through stubborn grease, grime, and baked-on food
- Quality design and manufacturing
- Lasts longer than other pads
- Won’t splinter or rust
- Gentle to your hands
- Easily rinses after use
Other Uses of the Stainless Steel Sponge
Don’t peel vegetables - Scrub your potatoes and carrots with one of the stainless steel sponges and you’ll throw a lot less of your vegetables and nutrients in the trash
Use to de-silk corn
Use for scaling fish
- Home Maintenance
Clean off drywall and plaster from knives, applicators, and mud pans
Clean paint roller pans and metal part of paint brushes
Use to strip paint from furniture
Clean tires, rims, and hub caps
Clean motor parts
Scrub bugs, pitch, and tar off chrome
Clean the bottom of your iron
Use in bottoms of vases to hold flowers in arrangements
Stuff into holes and cracks around gas pipes, drainpipes, etc. - To keep out mice, rats, and insects
Place a small piece in sink and shower drains - To catch loose hair and keep drains from getting clogged
- Yard and Outdoors
Use old ones to lay in bottom of flower pots for drainage
Clean camping pots and pans that are black from the fire
Clean yard equipment e.g., shovels, hoes, rakes, lawn mower parts.
Remove mud from shoes soles
Great Christmas stocking stuffers, wedding shower and house-warming gifts
Customer Comments from Around the Web
Not Like Other Scrubbers
I grew up watching my Mother use these stainless steel scrubbers and for years thought she bought them from the grocery store; but, every time I bought them there, they rusted! FINALLY, I asked her.
They are NOT like the cleaning pads you find in a grocery store.
Not scratchy on your hands or on kitchen surfaces like other scrubbers.
They will keep your stainless steel pots and pans shiny and clean without scratching.
The stainless steel pads clean with water; however, I usually add a little dish soap to help lift and rinse away any grease.
The trick for long standing burnt on oil and grease is to do a little bit at a time. Soak, then lightly rub with the sponge, repeat.
Never without these. They do not scratch and work beautifully on burnt pans.
They seem expensive, but you can use one sponge for a years worth of cleaning.
I have not purchased scouring powder since I started using these sponges 30 years ago.
I keep them even after they have lost their good looks, which doesn't mean they are no longer useful.
They do NOT rust and last a long time.
I order a dozen to add to my Christmas stockings list.
A must have, especially for new brides!
These make a great house-warming gift.
This is the perfect gift for bar-be-cue experts
The Fuller Brush Company – A Brief History
With a celebrated history that reflects over a 100 years of excellence, the Fuller Brush Company is one of the iconic names in American business. Its legacy has become synonymous with quality, craftsmanship, and the finest of U.S. manufacturing. The company was founded in 1906 by Alfred Fuller.
Fuller worked out of his sister’s basement making brushes at night and sales calls during the day. He developed a unique business model that drew heavily upon a skilled force of door-to-door direct sales people. These intrepid messengers were dedicated and driven. They established the legacy of “The Fuller Brush Man”.
No doubt many of today’s baby-boomers (as well as a generation or two that came before them) would remember fondly the Fuller Brush man who came into their homes with a seemingly magical suitcase of products and tales.
In the ensuing years, the Fuller Brush Company developed and refined an array of innovative products and manufacturing techniques.
Over the decades the company grew substantially, both in revenue and product offerings — always guided by Fuller’s founding credo:
- Make it work
- Make it last
- Guarantee it, no matter what
Fuller Brush had become an American institution heralded for its stellar product line and a heritage of innovation, service, and value to its customers.
Today, Fuller Brush is focused on providing modern remedies for today’s cleaning needs to make home cleaning much faster, better and easier.