Kimi Cuisine Dish Brush with Soap Dispenser - Peopletail

Kimi Cuisine Dish Brush with Soap Dispenser

July 01, 2020 Report

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I've always been interested in trying one of these dish wands that can dispense washing up liquid, especially as I suffer from an illness that makes my hands weak. However, while I enjoyed the process of using this, I had to give it the lowest rating due to quality. The sponge is attached to the plastic mount by glue on the yellow side and by day 3 of use, the sponge was starting to peel up. True, the company does offer a money back guarantee, but I've been burned before by companies who offer this and then disappear.

Other than the quality issues, I did like being able to press a button to dispense dish soap. However, only having the option between scouring pad and bristle brush, meant I didn't have a 'soft' option for easily scratchable items. I think a yellow soft side would be better over a bristle brush option, but perhaps that's personal preference.

I disliked that there were no instructions. It might seem simple, but I didn't know if I should dilute the dish soap or not and it took me a few minutes to figure out where to put it (pull off the grey cap on the end). I also disliked how cheap looking the button was and the brand sticker. Since this item is in water a lot, I feel the sticker will come off quickly and leave an annoying residue behind.

Overall, I like the idea of a dish wand like this, but I can't rate it highly due to the poor quality.


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