RINNIG Dish brush, green

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RINNIG Dish brush, green

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Sticks to sinks, tiles etc., thanks to the suction cup.

Article Number904.078.11

Product details

Sticks to sinks, tiles etc., thanks to the suction cup.

The scraper edge makes it easier to remove stubborn food.

Designer

Iina Vuorivirta

Article Number904.078.11
  • Handle:

    Polypropylene plastic (min. 20% recycled)

    Brush:

    Polyester

    Suction cup:

    Synthetic rubber

    Dishwasher-safe.

  • By using recycled plastic in this product, we consume less new raw materials and lower our environmental impact while existing materials get new life.

    We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.

Measurements

Length: 11 "

  • RINNIGArticle Number904.078.11

    Length: 11 ½ "

    Weight: 3 oz

    Diameter: 2 ½ "

    Package(s): 1

Reviews

4.8(165)
Every Kitchen Needs a Good Dish BrushAKIt’s not quite the same as the one I bought at IKEA six years ago, but it’s close enough. I hope I can get as much use from it. You can toss these into the dishwasher on occasion or just give them a good squirt of dish soap and clean them in hot water. Much easier to clean these than ruining a dish cloth scrubbing at the grotty bits left in pots & pans.5
Dishes ScrubbenMARTINPretty good scrubbin.4
Great tool for the kitchenMarielaGreat tool for the kitchen5
For dishwashing but great for cleaning sinksMaryI’ve used these for years. Soft bristles make it easy to clean without scratching. I use mine for cleaning sinks. Uses less water than cleaning with a sponge plus keeps your hands out of water and cleanser. Dries faster and I believe more sanitary option.5
I love theseNANCYThe bristles are just right and I like how it stands upright near my sink. I even buy several at a time to keep some on hand.5
Rinning dish brushKathyDaughter had one. Went straight to IKEA to get one. Bristles are perfect and sticks to bottom of sink every time and works great. Great product! Bought two!5
Kitchen sink brushLENACheapest, strongest cleaning brush!5
NiceTONITANice5
I love everything its aMARIAI love everything its a pleasure buying at IKEA.5
Very string brush and nice.ZIMAThe handle is long enough for my husband’s and cleans very well.5
Love this brushBrendaLove using this to do our dishes. Perfect for scrubbing and suctions to the sink afterward.5
Scrub brushELAINESturdy5
Scrub brushELAINESturdy5
Dish scrubberJoGood scrubber5
Love that I don’t havekellyLove that I don’t have to find a place to lay it down5
Dish brush that stands up by itself!ANTOINETTEI've bought several of these dish brushes. I like the suction cup on the bottom so I can stand it up on the sink.5
Useful, durable, worksJenniferThis little scrubber works, it's a little bit softer than I would like, but it works. It's a good price, it's long enough and doesn't bend or get wonky.4
Good priceYadhiraGood price5
Very useable product.RODOLFOVery useable product.5
Another indispensable wonderfully priced itemJudithAnother indispensable wonderfully priced item that every room needs at least one… the possibilities for use are endless!5
RINNIG Dish brush, green

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