Those of you who aren't lucky enough to have a dishwasher know the pain that is washing utensils and cutlery by hand—it's not that it's difficult, it's just that one wrong move while washing a knife or a fork can destroy dish gloves and sponges, which can get pretty annoying after a while. The BladeBrush, however, is here to change all of that—and take up virtually no space in your kitchen while it's at it.
The BladeBrush—available for only $8—is a small dish brush specifically designed to clean your utensils. With two sets of opposed bristles facing inwards on the top and the bottom, all you have to do is stick a fork (or knife, or spoon) in it and pull it through the bristles with some soap to get it clean. It also features a textured handgrip to make sure you don't drop it while you're scrubbing. On top of that, the BladeBrush rests easily on your dish rack, so you don't have to worry about finding a space to store it when it's not in use, perfect for letting it air out to dry.
And if the lime green color is a little too bright for your kitchen, the BladeBrush also comes in gray, too—that hue is available for a few dollars more at $10.95. All-in-all, worth it to avoid cutlery-caused holes in your dish gloves and shredded sponges.
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