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Women S High Rise Midi Slip A Line Skirt A New Day Pink XL
Get a closet staple that adds easy elegance to a variety of tops with the High-Rise Midi Slip A-Line Skirt from A New Day™. This high-waist midi skirts sits at the natural waist for a flattering fit and features a full waistband elastic so it's simple and comfortable to pull on and wear. The skirt is bias cut at a diagonal for a more dramatic and elegant drape making this stylish midi skirt easy to dress down by tucking in a plain tee or to pair with a coordinating color blouse for a chic two-piece look. Size: XL. Color: Pink. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Tie Dye Design. Material: Polyester.
Catarina Carreiro: I got this to try since I am a huge fan of OXO Products. Maybe I am just being "dumb" but when I screwed off the top there was a small hole to put in my favorite liquid detergent and it made a huge mess. When I am scrubbing dishes that can't go in the dishwasher the brissels are not that strong. Even when I don't push the top liquid detergent still comes out which means I can't use the brush throughout the time I am cleaning otherwise there will always be soap. Also, there is no "center spike" to help remove "caked on" grease like other brushes I have used in the past. I would highly recommend the Libman Kitchen Brush [Curved] with small handle which is the one I will continue to use.
Catrinka: I usually find the OXO Good Grips products to be great...good quality and designed in such a way that they work better than many other brands. Well, not with this little guy.I was really only looking for a brush that will help me get my dishware and pans ready to put in the dishwasher. Not fully cleaned, but at least with any dried or baked-on food removed. I've been using a little gizmo that I buy from our grocery store -- basically just a sponge on a hand-held stick -- with no area to add dishwashing detergent. It works fine, but the sponge gets pretty cruddy looking after just a few uses; so I decided to replace it with one with brush bristles instead.The problems that I'm finding is that the bristles flatten with minimal scrubbing and the dispensing feature doesn't work so hot. It leaks a bit when I'm not using it -- and occasionally won't dispense when I am trying to use it. Also, I realize now that I really want/need one with a longer handle if I'm to keep my hands from getting fully immersed in detergent and water. The squat design of this one doesn't allow you to scrub the inside edge of soup mugs or other limited spaces either.OXO makes anothermodel with a longer handle, but I'm not sure that I'd trust the dispenser on it either. I think I'm going to replace it with anon-dispensing brushsince I'm really only trying to get the dishware and pans rinsed for the dishwasher. I can add a squirt of detergent for those times when I need it.
Cheryl Rose "wingpea": This little brush is addictive....load up the soap and OH, NO, I really can't quit cleaning! It perfectly cleans the stovetop which is a difficult job with all of the corners and grills and crevices. In fact, most jobs that were once difficult are now fun because of this little brush.
christa l tompkins: overpriced for what you get and it came shipped out bent up with all the brisles. Not worth the price.
Claudine: Must have in the kitchen. I have used this for years but previously got it at Williams Sonoma. Found it on Amazon for cheaper! Better than a sponge because it doesn't hold germs. And just squirt out the soap.