Joseph Joseph BladeBrush Knife and Cutlery Cleaner Brush Bristle Scrub Kitchen Washing Non-Slip, One Size, Green: Home & Kitchen

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Clean sharp blades safely

Unique, wrap-around design cleans both sides at once

Opposed bristles for effective cleaning

Textured handgrip

Wash by hand


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10 reviews for Joseph Joseph BladeBrush Knife and Cutlery Cleaner Brush Bristle Scrub Kitchen Washing Non-Slip, One Size, Green: Home & Kitchen

  1. Jessica

    I love this little gadget! I prefer not to put my nice knives in the dishwasher but washing them with a sponge wasn’t a great option either, since on more than one occasion the knife completely sliced the sponge and almost cut me (plus sponges are super dirty, but I digress). This thing works well to clean the knife in a safe way and really let’s you scrub it. I just rinse it and then plop it in the dishwasher to sterilize it after using it to clean knives with things like raw meat on them. Word to the wise: don’t use this to try to wash the rim of a drinking glass (although, why would you?) My husband tried this and broke a glass (sigh).

  2. D. Martinez

    I hate my dishwasher. I rent the place so I can’t just replace the thing. Hate running it half full. I usually only have a handful of silverware to wash at a time, am disabled so standing for long periods is painful.Edit: I just had a baking snafu. Flour, yeast under my finger nails. I was having a hard time washing my hands… And then I grabbed this scrubber. Hands clean in no time. Keeps getting better and better.I just washed half my silverware drawer in about 10 minutes. Dishwasher residue, butter, tomato sauce. All cleaned. Knives, done and I didn’t cut myself.The bristles are soft but angling the knife or spoon through the bristles gave a bit of leverage to get some gunk off. Ran the scrubber through hot water to clean it off.

  3. #1 Aunt

    I love this little gadget. I have a green one, and got one for each of my nieces. I’m buying one for my boss and his wife for Christmas, after attending a party at their house, and helping with clean-up. As I giggled watching them struggle with skewers – whether to soak them in the sink and then wipe them (his vote), or put them in the dishwasher (her vote, and she was overruled – did I say he was the boss?) – I promised them one for Christmas, but don’t know if I can wait. Anyway . . . This is fabulous. The gray will go with the boss’s granite kitchen, but the green does just fine in my kitchen with all my other green shades. The other thing I like about it is not just that you hang it on the dishrack or set it sideways next to the sink to dry, but that my good knives don’t have spots when they’ve been through this and they’re through drying. They go right from the brush, under the water (with the brush still wiping the suds away), and into the dishrack to dry. No water spots at all, and we have some strange stuff in our hard water here. And it is cute. It looks like dentures. Genius idea.

  4. echobunny

    I’ve always had a knack for cutting my hand open when trying to clean knives. This skill particularly shines during the holidays. One of my most noteworthy events took place one fateful Thanksgiving when our guest responsible for the yams cancelled an hour before guests were to arrive. I quickly whipped together a yam dish and was cleaning the knife, proud of my accomplishment when disaster hit. I had to watch in slow motion as the knife slipped and the extremely sharp blade sliced across my metacarpophalangeal joint (index finger base knuckle), resulting in a bloody mess. I scurried across the light beige carpet to the bathroom, having to stop for a photo opp by my brother to document that year’s holiday injury. My parents were just soooo thrilled to have a pic of my bloody hand show up in their photo album screensaver. Thanksgiving went on without incident, but the pain of the scar lasted for years.I had many other run-ins with sharp knives. My dad’s a butcher so knives were always very sharp in our household. I tried changing my knife cleaning method, but even as recently as November, on my other half’s birthday, I got a bloody middle finger from my amazing HENCKELS Forged Premio 8″ Bread Knife. This tradition had to be stopped or sooner or later I would be fingerless!In comes the Joseph Joseph Blade Brush Knife and Cutlery Cleaner Brush. I’m frugal, but I spent a little more to get the gray version to match the grayness of everything else in our home. I’m happy to say that I have used this item and have successfully cleaned knives without cutting my hand open. Just squeeze some dish soap onto the bristles and run the knife through it (facing AWAY from your hand, of course). Just a few swipes through and a rinse off and the knife is clean & ready to go back in the block. It’s also handy to clean utensils covered in melted cheese or other hard-to-clean substances. It’s also not bad to look at and is a delightful conversation starter.It’s not an expensive product, but it will quickly pay itself off with the savings I will have from not using so many first aid products treating my accidental knife wounds. I’m sure I will find other things to injure myself on, but hopefully nothing as dangerous as kitchen knives. Thank you, Joseph Joseph, for saving me from my knives.

  5. Erin O.

    I recently bought a new set of knives and, even though they can go in the dishwasher, I wanted to wash them by hand so that they last longer. This is an excellent product. It allows me to wash my very sharp, new knives quickly and easily. I just put a drop of cleanser on the first knife I wash and then the soap stays in the brush while I wash many other knives! Because of the bristles on the brush, I can get even the crustiest of messes off of the knives. I just rinse the brush out when I am done and put it on the drying rack for the next use. I am very happy! No cutting hands here while washing knives!

  6. Anna B.

    I’ll be honest, I bought this with pretty low expectations. It was cheap. I liked the idea of lowering the probability of ending up in the ER with massive hemorrhaging cuts on my hands from washing knives. And quickly washing cutlery was a nice benefit as well. This thing blew my expectations out of the water. First of all, it’s sturdy and not chintzy at all. The plastic is thick and will protect you. Secondly, there’s a lot of bristles to wash your stuff. You won’t spend forever on it because these guys respect your time. A couple of swipes back and forth and you’re done. It’s easy to clean up with some dish soap, washcloth and butterknife if it’s really bad. Otherwise, just rinse it out. For this price, try it out and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!

  7. Sam

    I have no idea where this has been all my life.This is a REALLY effective fast cleaner for all your knives.I have a large variety of knives and this really gets me to used them more because it makes cleaning and maintenance really simple. Whether it’s a chinese cleaver, a carbon steel chefs knife or even a long slicer, this makes sure you get all the big stuff off your knives quickly so you can just wipe it down to dry with a regular cloth.If you like taking good care of your knives and you don’t want to spend a bunch of time doing it you need to buy this. It’s efficient, extremely well constructed and designed (as most Joseph Joseph products are), and a pleasure to use.

  8. Maryland Techy

    This is one great gadget. Dare I say, its perfect? Let’s look at the pros and cons…Pros:1. IT WORKS! What more could you want from anything you buy than to know it works when you need it?2. Its a perfect size. Like you, I’m sure, I’ve gone through so many sponges, hard sponges, and (used to be) brillo pads getting stuff off of utensils. I resorted to soaking utensils, and that works fine, but this works EVERY time whether I remember to soak utensils or not.3. Its a great price. For the benefit you get from this, they are practically giving it away! Its such a time and effort saver, I know I will one day soon wonder how I ever got along without it.Cons1. Oh yeah, there’s a con…the con is I regret not having found it sooner!This is a must have for anyone who finds themselves toiling away in the kitchen. Wash and rinse the big items, let the dishwasher take care of the rest and use this to be sure EVERYTHING … comes out in the wash. 🙂

  9. Armi

    nobody likes to do the dishes— Especially having to scrape dead food off of forks, knives, and other flatware. I pick these up after doing a search for “dishwashing tools“ on Amazon. We’ve been using them for about three weeks, and they really do work. Product is very simple to use – you just put a little bit of soap on the brush and run the cutlery through it until it is clean. If you use hot water it will get off food that has dried on to the fork or knife.It seems like it is well-made, and so far the brush bristles are not showing any wear. It is also small enough to go on your counter and not be obtrusive or annoying.Makes washing dishes easier. Buy with confidence

  10. PrimeShopper

    I bought this brush to quickly and safely clean knives and it works great for them, but I also use it to clean the sealing ring from my Instant Pot! Fast and Easy!

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