I should have bought one of these a long time ago. It is so much better than a nail brush.
Published 05 Mar 2014
I have MS, so I'm always on the outlook for things that will make my life easier and this brush did the job for me. :-). easy to hold and good quality brush. :-)
Published 08 Oct 2013
Perfect for a black & white bathroom...”
Having looked all over for a black nail brush for our black and white bathroom I found this to be perfect and now have one on the sink and one in the shower - cleans my husband's hands and nails a treat and he's a mechanic... They last for ages are are cheap to replace when they eventually flatten - thank you Lakeland
Published 05 Sep 2012
Fits the name”
by Ewan Patrick
Excellent product - for years I'd been using whatever brush came to hand for spuds, carrots and the like, but inevitably the bristles went flat. Got one of these a few years ago and it's still in A1 condition - must be something to do with the rubber handle. Lives up to the Good Grips brand name too.
Published 24 May 2011
by Miss Louise Corry
A super brush I first saw sitting in my mother's kitchen, beside her vegetable sink. It is so easy to grip and the bristles are perfectly placed to clean a variety of vegetables and hard-skinned fruits; particularly good for carrots - by scrubbing sideways it gets into the groves where earth remains even on "pre-washed carrots". The bristles have not flattened over time. I also use it to scrub the eggs I get locally. It is great for removing the dirt and attached feathers and straw after a quick soak in Fruit and Veg wash. In a nutshell: it makes fruit and vegetable preparation ten times easier.
Published 17 Jun 2009
Easy to handle”
It's a nice shape and size, making it easy to clean vegetables.
Published 20 Jan 2009
A great brush”
by Mrs Peall
I like this brush for scrubbing the veg. It is hard-wearing and nice to hold. It's not bad as a nail brush either.
Published 24 Nov 2008
Easy To Handle”
The brush is the right size and extremely comfortable to handle if, like me, you have weak hands. The only downside is that the bristles wear down very quickly when using them for scrubbing potatoes. As they are so ergonomic, I wouldn't be without them but I make sure I order several at a time and I keep one specifically for non-root veg.
Published 17 Apr 2008