Reusable Pot Scrubbers (Set of 5)
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Our kitchen has never been cleaner.
There are some stains and stubborn pots that require some serious elbow grease -- for those, we've always used steel wool. But our steel wool tends to sit about getting grimy and unsightly over time. So now we're using these nylons scrubber pads, designed just for us (and made by hand!) by Dot and Army. Available in grey or navy, you can throw them in the washing machine when they get dirty, so you can use them again and again.
"These little guys can be thrown in the washing machine! I never knew I could love a dish scrubby." —Lindsay-Jean Hard, Contributing Writer & Editor
Photography by Rocky Luten and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
3" in diameter
Care & Notes -
Machine wash regular, lay flat to dry.
Meet the Maker
Jennifer of Dot and Army believes that using a cloth napkin makes every meal a little more special. We agree. She learned the arts of crafting and thrift store shopping from her grandmother (Dot) and grandfather (Army) at a very young age; if you look closely, you can see their influence in all of her wares.View Full Profile
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