Product Review: The Scrub Daisy Dish Wand

Are you using some ordinary dish wand that you found in the cleaning aisle but happens to keep breaking periodically forcing you to replace it? Have you easily spent $30 on dish wands throughout the year? Or an even better question is does your dish wand like to leak soak out of the sides while you’re washing your dishes causing it become sticky all while wasting your soap? We have all been there. That was until the scrub daisy came to market.

If you’re just now coming across this posts you’re probably thinking to yourself what is the scrub daisy? Glad you asked! The scrub daisy is one of, it not the only, best dish wand system on the market. Don’t believe me? It was even on shark tank when Lorie Greiner invested in it and made it a QVC hit among millions!

Here at Maid Sailors we too love the scrub daisy dish wand! It’s fully equipped to handle anything that goes in your sink. The dish wand comes with an interchangeable wand to ensure the perfect cleaning on any task. The scrub daisy dish wand has been economically designed to prevent leaky soap messes, unlike other wands that are in the same category. And the vase inspired holder keeps your counter clear, clean, and looking nice. After all, it was designed to look like a beautiful daisy. I mean, who doesn’t love daisies?

What else can you tell me about the scrub daisy?

Do you remember how I said the scrub daisy dish wand was built with an interchangeable wand to help ensure the perfect cleaning? Unlike ordinary dish wands that tend to leak soap all over the wand and have the scrub pad slid off on you mid cleaning the scrub, daisy has multiple scrubbers. Today we’re going to take a look at each part of the scrub daisy and what makes it so unique.

The Vase 

The vase is a decorative storage piece that resembles a stem for the scrub daisy dish wand. It’s dishwasher safe, and it keeps your counter looking neat and organized. It also comes with a suction cup base and a rust proof stainless steel holder (which is great since it’s going to be by your kitchen sink. Water can really enhance rust on surfaces over time).

The Daisy 

The daisy is the first multi-purpose scrubber that comes with this dish wand. It’s your basic topper for a dish wand. This interchangeable piece can be used to clean anything. Easily clean all your plates, bowls, utensils, cups, pots, and pans with the daisy scrubber.

The Sunflower

The sunflower is the second scrubber for the scrub daisy dish wand. The sunflower scrubber can be sold together or separately depending on which package you choose to buy. You can purchase all of the pieces separately or all at once. But the sunflower is your pot and pan scourer. The piece was designed for your pots, pans, casserole dishes, baking pans, and cookie sheets. Are you having trouble getting that leftover brownie out of your favorite baking dish? No worries, just pop on the sunflower scrubber and let it do the work for you.

The Hyancinth

The hyancinth is your bottle and glass scrubber. It’s similar to those baby bottle brushes that only last a little while, but better. This piece will clean your vases, mugs, thermos, and baby bottles. One of the best things about these scrubbers is that they won’t smell like formula when you’re done! FlexTexture™ labs tested and approved this wand to prevent odors for up to 2 months at a time. If it starts to smell you can place it in the dishwasher if need be.

Now can you understand why we love this dish wand so much? It’s the perfect dish wand for any household no matter how big or how small. It’s the perfect tool for washing your dishes. The scrub daisy will stand proud and tall on your kitchen counter in its beautifully crafted stem. Say goodbye to faulty dish wands that break on you. Say goodbye to leaky soap messes. And say goodbye to smelly bacteria harboring dish sponges. The scrub daisy is here to stay!

The scrub daisy and all of it’s accessorizing scrubbers can be purchased hereDon’t let the price scare you. What’s more expensive, buying multiple dish wands for $3 dollars at a time that break, or buying one dish wand for $30 that will last a lifetime? If you see the big picture we recommend getting the big package. It only makes sense.

Have you tried the scrub daisy? What did you think of it? Do you love it as much as we do? Let us know by dropping a comment below!

4 Comments

  • Rhonda DeParolesa

    I’ve had mine for a month and I don’t get much soap coming from it. I’ve done what they say to put a paper clip thru the hole of the sponge, but it still doesn’t work that well.

  • Rhonda DeParolesa

    I need someone to tell me why I don’t get enough soap out of the sponge

  • Cindy Lehman

    Oh my gosh I am so sad as my Son paid lots of money for this system and I don’t like it. I find the handle way to long to scrub anything properly and I have a hard time getting the soap out while scrubbing. Must have been designed by a man with strong hands

  • T Smith

    I like the scrubbers but I have lost a lot of dish liquid. It just seems to leak out when not in use.

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