Scrub Daddy Mommy Single Grey Sponge
- Her eyes hold onto your fingures
- Mouth cleans both sides of utensils
- Dual-sided with FlexTexture and ResoFoam technology
- SKU: 1336531/1336531
Scrub Daddy Mommy Single Grey Sponge
Unique FlexTecture - Firm in cold water, soft in warm water
Scratch Free - Use me wherever I do not scratch
Guess What I do Not Smell - Lab tested to be odour free
I Rinse Clean - Food particles do not stick to me
What is Scrub Daddy made from?
Scrub Daddy is made from a highly engineered polymer foam called FlexTexture that is exclusive to our Scrub Daddy.
What surfaces can I use my Scrub Daddy on?
Independent lab tests show FlexTexture is safe on the following surfaces: Acrylic, Aluminum, Car Exterior paint, Seasoned Cast Iron, Ceramic, Chrome, Copper, Crystal, Enamel, Fiberglass, Glass, Granite, Leather, Limestone, Marble, Non-stick Coatings, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Brass, Porcelain, Soapstone, Stainless Steel, Travertine, Vinyl, Wood, Quartz. If you have any concerns test in a small and inconspicuous area first.
What kind of cleaner should I use with my scrubber?
Our unique foam can remove many stains and debris with water alone, minimizing the need for harsh cleaning agents. Try baking soda, vinegar or mild dish soap for common household cleaning.
What is FlexTexture?
FlexTexture is a highly engineered polymer foam. It's scratch-free on over a dozen different surfaces, changes texture based on water temperature, resists odors for 8 weeks, is non-toxic, BPA and latex free.
What kind of cleaner should I use with my eraser?
None! Only use with warm water.
What is Screen Daddy made out of?
Screen Daddy is made from microfiber on the front and a silicone based adhesive on its back.
Is Scrub Daddy tested on animals?
Should I use cleaner with my Screen Daddy?
Screen Daddy works very well dry. You may, however, add regular glass cleaner.
Do your products contain latex?
Scrub Daddy products are latex free.
What is ResoFoam?
ResoFoam is a highly engineered foam that is exclusive to our brand. Unlike traditional cellulose, it remains velvety soft when dry and resists stains and odors. The material is also suds generating and 6x more absorbent than the leading sponge brand.
Do your products contain BPA?
Scrub Daddy products are BPA free.
Is Scrub Daddy toxic?
FlexTexture and ResoFoam are non-toxic but not tested for consumption. As with any product a young child or animal may be exposed to, adult supervision is highly recommended.
Are Scrub Daddy products kosher certified?
Our products are not kosher certified but absolutely no aspect of their manufacturing processes deem them ineligible to be.
When should I use Scrub Daddy firm versus soft?
For messes in need of extra scrubbing power, like burnt or sticky debris, a firm texture is best. Use soft for lighter cleaning jobs or when you need absorbency and soap suds.
How do I change the texture of my Scrub Daddy?
Tap water is all you need. FlexTexture is firm in cold water and soft in warm water.
Hold under warm running water and massage gently. Feel free to add a mild soap if needed.
How do I make my Screen Daddy sticky again?
To reactivate Screen Daddy?s adhesive backing, wet under running water. Let air dry or pat with a lint free cloth.
My Screen Daddy isn't sticky.
Upon opening, make sure to discard the protective paper backing.
Is Scrub Daddy top rack dishwasher safe?
Yes, all of our products are top rack dishwasher safe with the exception of Eraser Daddy and Screen Daddy.
Why doesn?t my Scrub Daddy absorb water?
Scrub Daddy is a scrubber, not a sponge! He will not absorb very much water, especially when cold. Try Scrub Mommy or Sponge Daddy for this instead.
How can I sanitize my Scrub Daddy?
Dampen and microwave for no longer than 60 seconds to sanitize.
Why doesn?t my Scour Daddy absorb water?
Scour Daddy is a scour pad, not a sponge! He will not absorb very much water, especially when cold. Try Scrub Mommy or Sponge Daddy for this instead.
What surfaces can I use my Eraser Daddy on?
Eraser Daddy can be used on hard surfaces like walls, baseboards, switch plates, door frames and railings. The eraser side can scratch or dull some surfaces so it is good practive to test a small and inconspicuous area first. Avoid use on soft plastics, non-stick coatings, finished or unfinished wood, automobile finishes, stainless steel, copper, leather and bare skin. After using on a surface that may contain food rinse thoroughly to remove any residue.