Quickie Dish and Cookware Puff/Sponge

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The multi-edge design of this sponge helps reach where regular sponges can't. The non-abrasive Cellulene sponge is perfect for light-duty work on glasses, jars, plates and bowls. Puff is attached to a long, plastic handle that helps reach to the bottom of tall bottles and vases. Handle comes with a hang-up feature for convenient sink-side storage.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2.5 x 10.5 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • Origin:  China
  • ASIN: B00NGQW9V8
  • Item model number: 126-3/72

Customer Reviews

They are so convenient and easy to use

6 people found this helpful.
 on January 31, 2015
By EllenDF
These are the only glass and mug sponges that I have used for many years now. My local grocery store used to carry them, but when they closed down, I could only find them on line. I usually buy them a half dozen at a time and they usually last me about a year. They are so convenient and easy to use.

but the product is durable and perfect for deep coffee cups etc

 on August 26, 2016
By Norm Reynolds of Victory Photos
‘The price is right’. Of course it has no soap reservoir, so you have to dribble dish detergent on it once in a while, but the product is durable and perfect for deep coffee cups etc..

Very useful

One person found this helpful.
 on March 20, 2016
By Bill_IT
I couldn’t find a replacement for my original Quickie Glass and Mug Sponge, which was on its last legs after long service. These aren’t handy just for glasses and mugs–they work wonders on pots, plates, and flatwear, too. The wire neck, where the sponge attaches to the handle, could be a bit stronger–it bends too easily. Still, it’s a very useful product.

Gets the job done

4 people found this helpful.
 on December 29, 2014
By Mary Anne
Wonderful. Great for washing inside of tight fitting tea pots or blenders that do not come apart for washing. The mix of sponge and scratch free scrubber material really gets the job done. Bought multiples.

Does its job

4 people found this helpful.
 on December 21, 2013
By Wayne Keyser
I use one in the kitchen to clean glasses, and it works fine.

I liked it, but it will not last for my …

2 people found this helpful.
 on October 3, 2015
By Janet
Not for use with items that have narrower openings. Today I was washing an item and when I pulled it out the wire holding the sponge tore the sponge in half. I have only used this item about a doz times. I liked it, but it will not last for my needs.

it works better then my short fingers

 on May 22, 2017
By frank graham
Well, it works better then my short fingers.
Well, it works better then my short fingers.

"Live" Webinar December 8th @8:00pm EST with Frank Kahanic

Last Minute Christmas Quickie Techniques Webinar!
• EZ to complete techniques prior to the Holidays!
• Stunning "Christmas Plaid" Techniques
• Simple Sq. Shader Holly!
• Ideal for Contemporary and Traditional Studios!

WHO: Frank Kahanic, with Jaque Kahanic as assistant Narrator.
WHEN: Wednesday, December 8, 2010
TIME: 8:00 pm EST
SIGN UP AT: www.ceramicarts.com
WHAT: Last Minute Christmas Quickie Decorating Techniques -- which are perfect for Contemporary Studios!

Frank and Jaque Kahanic are Contemporary Studio Owners. They understand the importance of "Quick n' EZ" in a Contemporary Studio environment!" Let them walk you through several techniques illustrating EZ techniques that work for them -- which are perfect just prior to the holidays. All techniques will be Christmas related! The quick Christmas Plaid Technique is sure to be impressive for plain pieces, or can be incorporated into design work. (Wait until you see the clever "Plaid" on the mustache of Santa!)

These Christmas Quickie Techniques can be completed using your existing Bisque Strokes such as Concepts, or Stroke n' Coats. All techniques are fairly simple, quick, and will not require loads of time to complete. Nothing is "base-coated" or requires extra dry time. Everything can simply be glazed with a traditional "Dipping Clear" Glaze.

All registered participants will be provided with a Technique Sheet and colored photo of all techniques shown at the close of the Webinar. This technique sheet can be immediately downloaded at the close of the Webinar - so you can begin using them immediately in your studio or for classes! (Custom made gift plates are always cherished during the Holidays!) BONUS: You will be provided with four (4) -- YES FOUR -- Christmas patterns for attending this Webinar! What a deal is that?

Please join us for a fun Webinar that CAN - AND WILL - make you money this Holiday Season!

Remember, Christmas is just around the corner!
See you December 8th, 2010 at 8:00 EST.