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Vileda 161601 Dish Scrunge with Refill - $3.99

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  • Dec 12th, 2022 11:38 am
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Jul 25, 2008
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Per Keepa ATL is $3.19. S&S and save 20 cents.

Doesn't seem like an amazing deal, this is regular $3.99 at Rona
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Jul 30, 2010
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Woodbridge
I dont understand that advantage of these vs holding the sponger in your hand
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mark_98 wrote: I dont understand that advantage of these vs holding the sponger in your hand
I can see some use case for pots and pans, and possibly if you have sensitive skin or something as I don't use gloves. But I hate to have another tool hanging around my sink area lol.
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Jun 30, 2019
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Just buy a good pair of chemical gloves from canadian tire and use sponges thank me later.
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How much do the ones at dollar stores cost?
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Dollar store ones are about $2.25 but it's so flimsy. I keep this thing in the shower to clean the glass doors/walls. A spray of vinegar, some Dawn in the wand, and a bit of scrubbing keeping the hard water scales down.
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Nov 23, 2006
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pimom wrote: Dollar store ones are about $2.25 but it's so flimsy. I keep this thing in the shower to clean the glass doors/walls. A spray of vinegar, some Dawn in the wand, and a bit of scrubbing keeping the hard water scales down.
Now that is an idea and something I may get behind. thanks for that!
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Mar 21, 2013
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Ottawa, ON
mark_98 wrote: I dont understand that advantage of these vs holding the sponger in your hand
I use them to reach the bottom of glasses I can't fit my fat mitts in to.
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Jun 3, 2022
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Isn’t this bad because you can’t wring the sponge which means it will remain wet for longer therefore increasing bacteria growth compared to conventional sponges?
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Dec 12, 2005
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Toronto
RecessionSoon wrote: Isn’t this bad because you can’t wring the sponge which means it will remain wet for longer therefore increasing bacteria growth compared to conventional sponges?
These sponges are refillable, which means you can detach and wring out.

However, $3.99 is the regular price everywhere (CT, Rona, Lowes, Staple, etc) so this is not a hot deal at all
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36469 wrote: These sponges are refillable, which means you can detach and wring out.

However, $3.99 is the regular price everywhere (CT, Rona, Lowes, Staple, etc) so this is not a hot deal at all
Can't wring out as there's a square plastic piece on the back. Best you can do is squeeze the water out by pressing it a couple times on the side of the sink. Bought one recently from CT and I'm barely using it.

I used to buy packs of soft scrubbers, same style as the green ones but in a softer material that won't scratch my utensils, but these have been really hard to find now.
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MonsieurDealz wrote: Can't wring out as there's a square plastic piece on the back. Best you can do is squeeze the water out by pressing it a couple times on the side of the sink. Bought one recently from CT and I'm barely using it.

I used to buy packs of soft scrubbers, same style as the green ones but in a softer material that won't scratch my utensils, but these have been really hard to find now.
Oh that’s what I mean! Still better than the Dollarama ones that are unfortunately single-use and can’t fully dry because they’re not detachable
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According to Keepa it has been this price since at least October. This is the "Hot deals" section not the "I expected to pay more for a sponge but here it is" section.

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