Scrub Daddy Mommy $5 + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon AU

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Extra soft ResoFoam provides a velvety smooth texture
FlexTexture changes the texture with the temperature of the water
Made of a unique, exclusive and high-tech polymer
The material creates more foam without the need for as much detergent


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    • +4

      have you tried yet? its the best.

      • +4

        Yes, I can confirm it is degrading very quickly!

    • +3

      Have been using this product for months and have never had an issue like that.

      • just buy the scrub daddy, which doesn't have the sponge. That being said our scrub mummy lasted 6 months with the sponge part lasting around 4.

  • +9

    I use scrub daddy regularly with cleaning pretty much everything. This thing works great.

    • +3

      had to reread a couple of times!

      • Lol. Why?
        EDIT: I just realised grammar is out of whack.
        "I use scrub daddy to clean pretty much anything". This is for all grammar nazis out there.

  • +2

    havent used the mommy variant but the daddy variant is ace. Picked up a stack at prime day , love it that much.

  • +2

    This is just a scourer & sponge? Why would I pay $5 for this when you can pickup multipack for couple of dollars at the supermarket?

    • +6

      Cause these are way better and last much longer

      • -3

        last much longer

        The germs get even longer to breed in the sponge.

        • It's true. You can disinfect, but I don't think it is worth doing. Its fine for things that doesn't involve food.

          • +1

            @zealmax: These really don't hold onto dirt and grease like other sponges do and they dry completely much quicker which would minimise bacteria build up. I can use the scrub daddy to clean my bacon grease filled cast iron without soap then just a few squeezes under hot water will get it clean again, do the same with a cheapo sponge and you wont ever get the grease out. I've been using my current scrub daddy for over a month and cant detect any smell from it.

            I thought these were just a dumb tik-tok trend until I got to try one, now I'm a convert.

        • What the hell are Germs anyway? Sound like you've been watching late night TV too much. Put some boiling water on it next time the kettle is on if the invisible bacteria in your kitchen sponge is keeping you up at night

        • Isn't your dishwasher warming up to clean out germs? These are dishwasher friendly, chuck them in.

      • My dish sponges last months. Once in a while just boil it on stove top with soap powder and it's all new again

        • How much are you saving by boiling vs buying new?

          • +1

            @AnonyL: Erm it's really not that hard to boil it lol, if the sponge isn't torn but just gunky it takes 10 minutes. I like the scotch Brite ones it last longer than the $1 ones. I don't like new new sponges coz it's too stiff.

            • @MeesusEff: To each their own, glad you have a system that works for you

  • -1

    Uh, no thanks.

  • +1

    This is the normal price they are at Coles/Woolworths. Why is this a bargain?

    • -3

      its $4.50 on S&S

      • -1

        50c off a sponge isn't worthy of a bargain post. You can also get a 3 pack off other websites for $20.

        • +24

          Please handover your ozbargain license.

        • +8

          Eh $20/3 is more than $4.50 each….

        • lol , what about your time and fuel to drive to woolies/coles

  • +2

    If they can’t even localise ‘mommy’ for the Australian market ima pass

    • +2

      New packaging would be more expensive, this is not the Oz bargain way

    • +1

      Imagine giving a fck about something like that…

  • +1

    the tiktok fav

    • +6

      Woolworths.

  • +1

    camel cubed says its been free fiddy

  • +1

    Australia had enough scrub daddy's before this sponge 😂

  • +1

    Subscribe and Save gone.

    Scrub daddy easily the best kitchen sponge I've used, didn't really expect much, well worth it imo

    I wonder if the mommy version is any better?

  • +10

    This is always $5 at Coles, not sure why this would be a bargain

    • +1

      Not even sold at coles or Woolworths in my area

    • +8

      Not sure why I’m being downvoted.

      Anyway Howard’s Storage World have these on sale for $3.48 at the moment (Scrub Daddy variant only) for those interested.

      • Not in stock online, and Sydney stores I believe are all closed at the moment

        • +1

          Stock still showing for me - looks like there are multiple listings. The “lemon fresh scrub daddy” can still be added to the cart.

          From my experience it’s the same product just a different name.

          • +1

            @padfoot07: Fair enough for the lemon version, but then you've got $9.95 for shipping… What's the free shipping threshold?

  • +2

    I don't really rate it for dishes, when I have really hard baked on stuff I use hot water, but it makes the sponge soft which seems counterproductive

  • I like that it makes doing the dishes cuter
    It's also $5 at Coles

  • +2

    SpongeHub

  • +6

    She said I wasn't sponge-worthy. Wouldn't waste a sponge on me.

    • I'll take the whole case

  • +1

    My cat ate my scub daddy

  • +1

    They misspelt Mummy

  • +2

    Scrub Mommy and Daddy are also available at Coles Blacktown NSW for $5 each

  • +3

    Not a bargain for everyone. $5 is the usual price at Coles. It was on special at Coles for $3.50 a couple of weeks ago and regularly goes on special. Bonus is that you don't have to support Amazon and Jeff Bezos.

    • I hear ya. My wife loves them but I genuinely think the cheap $0.99 (for a pack of Aldi sponges) are way better quality.