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PRO-3824133 Tovolo new
SKU: 3824133

Tovolo Magnetic Soap Dispensing Dish Brush and In-Sink Holder

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When it’s time to do the dishes, this brush is reliably there thanks to a magnetic holder that keeps it in the sink. With a slight push of a button, the brush releases a small amount of soap stored in the long, easy-to-fill handle. Durable nylon...Read More

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Reliably there when you need it.

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EXCLUSIVE When it’s time to do the dishes, this brush is reliably there thanks to a magnetic holder that keeps it in the sink. With a slight push of a button, the brush releases a small amount of soap stored in the long, easy-to-fill handle. Durable nylon bristles are safe for nonstick or ceramic cookware and bakeware. The brush holder hangs on the edge of your sink and uses a magnet and suction cup to keep everything securely in place.

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  • Manufacturer: Tovolo
  • Material: ABS plastic, silicone, nylon an magnet
  • Dimensions: 2.36" x 4.65" x 10.24"
  • Made in China

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  • Dish brush
  • In-sink holder
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Customer Reviews

3.3 / 5.0
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Genius product!
I am in love with this brush! It is heavy duty, and the magnetic sink holder seems to hold really well. The brush dispenses a perfect amount of soap; I tend to use more than what the sponges usually put out. To put soap in, unscrew the end of the handle. This was a bit confusing, as there were no directions for it. Would definitely recommend.
April 12, 2018
Handle lock breaks
Great idea for a sink brush. Two things. The handle caddy is great if you like it's style, and if you have a steel sink basin with no counter overhang. If the sink is either not magnetic, or your counter edge overhangs the sink just a little, doesn't work, won't attach.
Knocked off 2 stars because the bayonet lock on the handle that you insert into the brush head at a 45 degree, (handle to the right), has two plastic locking tabs. When new, it worked great. After a month or two, noticed it wasn't pumping dish soap well, worse even than the Kitchen Aid brush with the flimsy rubber push button that tears and won't pump anything. With this brush, one of the locking tabs split, making a loose seal.
Could be we were too rough on it, but with a new brush we were actually pretty careful with it.
When it works, it is the best, way better than Brand KA. Just be a little gentle removing the brush head and putting on another one. Probably don't drop it on the floor brush nose first.
Will order another one, kinda expensive, will be Real Careful with it. At least I have a spare brush!
August 3, 2018
Not long lasting
We bought this Memorial Day Weekend and the plastic part to lock the brush head to the handle has already broken so the head no longer stays on. Very sad because the brush was working well but is too expensive to only last a little over two months.
August 6, 2018
 

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Sur La Table Store
trying it!
K C on May 8, 2018
trying it!
K C on May 8, 2018
might be less messy and more hygenic
Kathryn H on Apr 30, 2018
might be less messy and more hygenic
Kathryn H on Apr 30, 2018
How do I fill with soap?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: To fill, unscrew the cap at the handle end. Hold the handle firmly, untwist the cap. When new, it's on rather tightly. Like opening a bottle of water.
To replace or clean the brush head, easy but be careful. Hold the brush head in your left hand with your fingers on the opposite gray edge and your palm on the other side gray edge. That lets the handle rotate without your grip getting in the way. hold firmly. There is a plastic bayonet lock between the handle and brush. Push the brush head and the end of the handle together a bit (compress the brush head into the handle) to loosen the bayonet lock a bit. Carefully but firmly rotate the handle counter clockwise. It will rotate about 45 degrees (about 1/8 of a turn). You will feel it unlock. DO NOT FORCE THE HANDLE FARTHER THAN THIS. The brush head will easily fall into your hand. Please see my 3-star evaluation for details - our lock broke, doesn't hold the brush head well now, pumps soap worse than the KA brush. Maybe we were too rough, but really we were pretty careful with this expensive thing. Still better than the KA, will order another one. Just be careful taking the head off, do not force it further after it unlocks.
 

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