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Scrub Armor is a scrubbing tool for your kitchen that works much more effectively than an ordinary sponge or scrubbing cloth. Each rectangular tool is made from stainless steel rings that will rub virtually any mess off your cookware without scratching it. You can use this tool over and over again, as its material is durable, and it's also dishwasher safe. One square may even last you for years. Besides being gentle on your pots and pans, it is also gentle on a user's hands.

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The cost of Scrub Armor is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Scrub Armor by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98.
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How It Works

As you scrub a piece of cookware with Scrub Armor, the square's thousands of stainless steel rings will work independently, breaking up any stains on the item. These rings will even, without great delay, break apart and remove stains that come from burnt-on sauces or cheese. After they're finished their job, your cookware will appear smooth and clean again.

Features

  • Works on Various Materials

    You'll be able to safely use a Scrub Armor square on various materials that are commonly used to make cookware, such as Pyrex, cast iron, and stainless steel.

  • Flexible

    Each square is bendable and flexible, so you can use it to access the hardest-to-clean corners in the deepest of pans that other scrubbers may not be able to reach properly.

  • Durable

    Since these squares are made of stainless steel instead of a material of less strength, such as sponge or nylon, they won't wear out quickly. When one gets dirty, all you'll need to do is run it through the dishwasher, a practice that will not reduce its effectiveness.

  • Gentle on Hands

    Scrub Armor will not scratch up your hands and fingers as you use it, so you won't need to put on a pair of rubber gloves before you clean your cookware. You also won't need to rub your cookware as vigorously as you would when using less effective scrubbers, so your arms won't get as tired.

Positive Points

  • Preserve Finish of Cookware

    Some scrubbers will remove the stains from your cookware, but leave you with a bunch of unsightly scratches in their place. Fortunately, with Scrub Armor, you won't need to choose between having stained pots and pans or scratched ones, as this tool will remove stains without ruining a pot or pan's smooth finish.

  • Removes Super-stubborn Messes

    Scrubbers made from flimsier material sometimes just aren't able to budge any globs of burnt-on cheese or sauces that happen to be on your pans. However, a Scrub Armor square will eliminate these in seconds, even if a stain is literally blackened.

  • Ideal for Cleaning Grills

    One of these squares is the ideal scrubber to use when you're cleaning your grill, as it'll remove burned-on food from these, too. Each is small and flexible enough to be slipped between the bars so you can get rid of any debris in those somewhat hard-to-reach spots.

Negative Points

  • Can Only Get Two at Once

    It would be nice if you could obtain multiple Scrub Armor squares in the same set, but these come alone or in sets of two. If you only have a solo one and you misplace it, you might have some difficulty with your cleaning tasks.

  • Just One Color Available

    While some sponges and plastic scrubbers come in various colors, allowing you to add some brightness and variety to your kitchen, Scrub Armor only comes in one shade, silver.

Alternatives

  • Sponges

    Many people choose to use sponges to remove dirt from pots and pans, but these aren't as strong as Scrub Armor squares and end up falling apart after being used on difficult-to-remove stains. One sponge may only last you a few days' time, while one of these squares could last for years.

  • Steel Wool

    Steel wool is similar to stainless steel, but depending on what they're made of, steel wool may scratch up some of your pots and pans. Plus, it rusts more easily than stainless steel, and cleaning cookware with a rusty scrubber will just add more dirt to the dishes.

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