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KEEN Women S Coronado III Suede Shoe 5 Black
Features of the KEEN Women's Coronado III Suede Shoe Suede Upper Canvas lining for lightweight breathability Removable PU insole for long-lasting comfort Higher-traction rubber Outsole Non-marking rubber Outsole leaves no trace Eco anti-odor for natural odor control Environmentally preferred premium leather from LWG-certified tannery
Tiffany: I purchased this brush for the sole purpose of cleaning out my cast iron pans. The last brush I used was from the dollar store and didn't last very long. I like that this brush has the tips that branch out at the top, making it easier to clean around the rim of the pans. I cook everything in cast iron nowadays, and the best way to get out tough residue it to fill the pan half way with water and bring to a slow boil. from there the brush gets all of the tough stuff out. Then I sent the pan back on the stove for a couple of minutes under heat so the condensation evaporates. then I spray with oil and let cool so I can store it. Overall this is a very nice brush for the price. I think it will last loner than the last based on it's construction.
Timothy Schilling "Timmy": This is wonderful for scrubbing those veggies we all love to eat. It is easy to rinse and even goes through the dishwasher great if you need a little more wash.
TL "Tom": Good stiff bristles scrape tough dried/burnt on food without damaging pots or dishes. Long handle gets into coffee pots, vases, etc. better than many kitchen scrubbers. Can be cleaned in dishwasher. Inexpensive. Comfortable grip. Appears to be durable. What's not to like?
Todd V. Leone "Todd Victor Leone": For 35 years, I have been using a dishwashing brush with the bristles configured so that they are half-cylindrical with a rounded end, and with a plastic scraper incorporated. With the bristles in that configuration, such a brush is perfect for washing out a tumbler, a mug, a cup, a wine glass, a jar or a goblet. Also, I like to get all the greasy stuff out of an empty tin can before putting it in the recycling so it smell. This kind of brush is great for that. But it is just as effective to wash a plate or shallow bowl. I even like it for mixing bowls because the rounded end gets into the curve where the side of the bowl transitions to the bottom. On a rare occasion, something will be stuck to a dish that the bristles won't remove and that's where the hard plastic scraping edge comes in handy. I've had a lot of brands of this sort of brush over the years and they're getting harder and harder to find. Of course, since this one is OXO Goodgrips, it has an improved handle with that squishy black rubbery grip that's less slippery than hard plastic, and the handle is fatter, making it more comfortable to grip. I also have a grid system over my sink with a plastic hook for hanging my dishwashing brush (along with other kitchen items) and the hole in the handle fits nicely over that fairly bulky plastic hook. It's also great for washing out my nonstick T-Fal pan without damaging it -- I never put that pan in the dishwasher. I think this dishwashing brush is the best one I've ever had. (For a standard pan without a nonstick finish, if there's something really stubborn burnt onto it, no nylon-bristled dishwashing brush is adequate. I use a spongy pad with woven nylon netting over it and non-scratching powdered cleanser for that, and if that doesn't work, I have some shredded stainless steel scrubbing pads that are a very effective last resort.)
T. Schmidt: After a month it has held up very nice. It is a very good shape for getting all types & sizes of dishes, pot, pans clean. Pricey for a dish brush, but I would buy again because of its performance.