Kamenoko Tawashi Scrubber


Made from natural palm fibers, this is dubbed the mighty scrubber by Japanese households for hundreds of years. The reason? It cleans just about everything from pots and pans to sinks and bathtubs. It is also very effective in pulling out pet hair from carpets or sofas. Stiff and durable, it resists deformation even in the toughest and most rigorous use. Product Details:
  • Dimensions: 3.1 x 3.9 x 2.0″ (Small), 3.1 x 5.5 x 2.0″ (Large)
  • Applications: cast iron cookware, vegetables, carpets, sofas, bathtubs, etc
  • Natural and biodegradable
  • Avoid using on delicate surfaces like teflon
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3 reviews for Kamenoko Tawashi Scrubber

  1. ippinka

    “I used it dry on the sofa upholstery (I have two cats), and it got up a lot of fur I couldn’t actually see on the cushions. For that purpose, this brush works better than tape rollers or vacuum attachments or anything else I’ve tried. I think I will order a few more of these for various rooms and purposes.” – Indisposed, April 26, 2013

  2. ippinka

    “After some research I ran across this brush as the best cleaning brush for cast iron cookware, and in my experience it is top notch. I have been using this brush EXCLUSIVELY in cast iron when needed. If anything happens to stick to my skillet while cooking (during it’s process to be more seasoned to eventually being non stick) All I do is add a bit of hot water in the inside (NO SOAP!!) and gently, almost wipe, with this brush and it just comes off! every time! Most of the “oil” that you used for cooking that you want for “seasoning” still will stay while the “crummy, sticky” parts are flushed away… fantastic. just remember (for those that do not know) after you rinse, drain, and put back on the stove for a few min to evaporate ANY water left and re apply a thin coat of oil and set aside for next time! :)” – Dezma, Nov 8, 2011

  3. ippinka

    “This brush give you great control and finds all the dirt in the nooks and crannies. Especially good for potatoes and carrots.” – Katerri22, Feb 14, 2013

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