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Scrub Daddy Flex Texture Cleaning Sponge $4 ($3.60 Sub & Save) + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Same price as the April deal, equal lowest on Camels. Price matching Coles + a further 10% off with subscribe & save via Amazon.

Scrub Daddy FlexTexture Cleaning Sponge in original yellow color is suitable for cleaning all kinds of surfaces such as wood, plastic, copper, iron, vinyl, car exterior paint, glass, non-stick coating, stainless steel and more. This FlexTexture scrubber rinses free of debris, resists odours and cleans well with water alone. The eyes are great finger anchor points for an ergonomic grip, whilst the mouth is cleverly designed to clean both sides of utensils.

Free delivery with either Amazon Prime, $39 spend or without prime using subscribe & save (only if you already have an active subscription). You can change your Subscribe & Save date here. You can cancel your subscription here. The price is NOT locked in

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  • +4

    Nice , time to restock

    i will say though, i swear they have made the product less durable. I bought a multi pack years ago and each would last literally months… the last batch i got was flat out getting 3 weeks of daily washing 2-3 times a day.

    • +5

      I'm a Selleys Wash Up Wiz convert. Lasts forever. Still need a sponge for some things, but for scrubbing things without scratching and not getting manky it's great.

      • +1

        oh word? where did you buy it from? dont see any listings at colesworths…

        • +2

          Amazon. Probably expensive if you don't have Prime. I think Mitre 10 did sell them?

        • +3

          I'd never seen them before but just checked the usual suspects and $8.37 each if you buy two here - https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/174148997633

        • +1

          I bought some from Coles earlier in the year which broke down quick then got a multipack from Amazon and those are lasting as long as the old ones. Might have been a bad batch?

          • @Cheaplikethebird: Mine is at least 6 months old and showing no signs of breaking down yet. I'd expect to get at least a year out of it at this rate.

      • +3

        its always the ozb comments that get you impulse buying stuff based on peoples recommendations :)

      • Aw dam… I've not heard of this one before… the wife is gonna be loving this!

  • +6

    Scrub & Save

  • +2

    what's special about it? Isn't it just a sponge ?

    • +7

      Just bought one to find out.

      Also can say: "Go to your 'daddy…'" to the missus

      • +3

        or "Your daddy wants to give you his 4 1/8 inches"

    • +6

      It just gets quite hard when in cold water and pretty soft in hot water. Plus its easy to hold. Plus its both really abrasive and good for getting the stubborn stuff off while also being gentle enough to not damage your gear. Its pretty good at what it does but to worth its worth $4 max. At the end of the day it is just a good sponge.

      • I was reading comments from previous post, and it can be chucked in dishwasher!? can anyone confirm?

        • +1

          I'd be hesitant because it absorbs dishwashing liquid really well

        • +2

          Have used it in the dishwasher before when it was really greasy and dirty and it came out clean.

        • +1

          Can confirm

          Cleans them very well.

      • -1

        Why not buy some cheap firm and soft sponges?

        • +1

          Works better and lasts 2-3months for me. A normal pack of cheapies lasts about 2 weeks each for a $3 pack of 3. Scrub Mummy is the best IMO.

          • @ajeb: What are they good for, dishes and tile walls, or anything else?

              • +3

                @ajeb: I use the Aldi metallic mesh looking things. They seem to last months, or I make them last months anyway. But I keep hearing about scrub daddy so I ordered four.

                • @AustriaBargain: how u go with these scrubbers so far?

                  • @capslock janitor: I like it. Seems to scrub off stuff on my favourite bowl well, which I don't put in the dishwasher because I use it multiple times a day. You can scrunch the scrub daddy small to squeeze out water and it expands back to the normal shape. Plus I like the idea of the smiley face and that it's called something kinky like "scrub daddy".

      • Great sponge, doesn't go all funky smelling like normal sponges. Really impressed with how hard wearing it is.

      • Only two pluses… I’ll pass

    • +5

      It’s 3.60 delivered I suggest give it a go and see mate. Might change your life. Might not. I spend more on a coffee lol.

    • +2

      Its very abrasive so it cleaners a lot better than a normal sponge, but it doesnt work on some surfaces like cheese graters where it breaks down.

      So I use this one because it is better, and normal sponges occasionally when this one doesnt work.

    • Gets the kids cleaning

  • +3

    damn!! they made it I remember seeing the guy that owns this on Shark tank a long time ago. The guys a multimillionare now and has a global business. its an american product too "not made in china" if you watch this on Shark tank just type "Scrub Daddy shark tank" in youtube and you will see this so good. Good for him.

    • +1

      Sometimes I wish I were a multimillionaire :(

      • +2

        If you were then you wouldn't shop on OZB and you would miss out on the community spirit here ad love shared here.

        • +3

          If I were a multimillionaire I'd buy OZB and make JV the CEO. Just to see what happens.

          • +3

            @AustriaBargain: All deals need to have a section on how it relates to Dan Andrews or it gets removed automatically.

          • @AustriaBargain: I don’t think JV would accept the CEO position for less than 10 million annually, plus stock options. Assuming scotty parts with his baby for 50 million or so, you might not have much left over

            • @tharlow: I'd bet 50 million that Scotty would swap OZB for 50 million in cash. I can't think of a single affiliate website that is worth 50 million, even those owned by celebrities can't be worth that much.

                • @tharlow: Ha. No I think he would sell in an instant. 50 million could allow him to retire, take care of his immediate family's retirement, and start any kind of business or venture he wants for fun. Scotty has to be wealthier than most of us through OZB, his Amazon affiliate receipts alone probably outstrip any of our salaries, but not 50 million worth of cash upfront kind of wealth.

      • Start the journey by not being a malicious and resentful person

        don’t pour cooking oil/fat down the drain
        Unless you rent, then you may as well support your local plumbers..

        • +1

          You clearly have never met my landlord.

        • Nothing goes faster in reverse than a hire car

    • Disregard

    • +3

      It's not made in China or the USA - 'Country of Origin: Vietnam'

  • Scrub who now?

    • did someone say… leatherdaddy?

  • this one only has the hard side… u need to scrub mummy for the soft sponge which is more useful

  • In my honest opinion, my wife bought this, and it didn't feel much different; it seemed to wear out rather quickly.

    • +1

      Really? Mine is immortal.

      • +1

        evanescence wrote a whole song about theirs

  • My nephew apparently tries to scrub himself clean, with one of these. I guess that makes it even better value?

    • good as personal exfoliator ?

      • Nephew gave it the thumbs up but parents were concerned about chemical residue. I simply lol'd

  • +3

    Former sceptic, current convert. Wife wanted these to try and I thought they were a gimmick, but they work really well. What sets them apart to me is their durability. Other scrubbers clog up easily and lose their scrubbing power. These don't clog (easily), scrub surprisingly well and can be thrown in the dishwasher when they start looking grubby.

    tip: the ones from Amazon are thicker than the ones from Chemist Warehouse and Reject Shop. I prefer the thinner ones for daily use.

    • ones from Amazon are thicker than the ones from Chemist Warehouse and Reject Shop. I prefer the thinner ones for daily use.

      why is this ?

  • +1

    I see $5.36 sub and save price? Is offer expired?

    • Same $5.95 / $5.36 (sub) for me

  • what’s the difference between this and melamine foam ones such as magic eraser/sponge?

    • +1

      Not sure about other sponges but it's a very different texture than a magic eraser, and I think magic eraser particles are bad to wash down as they are damaging to the environment

    • +1

      Magic Eraser (melamine) is a fine abrasive, will definitely scratch surfaces.

  • I love my scrub daddy

    • He loves you

  • oof OOS, showing $5.36 for me

  • Damn, missed it!

  • +4
  • +1

    Will this scratch car paint or create swirl mark? Description says exterior car paint. Can i use it for stubborn dirt that sticks on the paint?

    • +4

      Do not use it on your car.

    • +4

      You will absolutely (profanity) your car paint if you use this lol. Get some quality microfibre cloths and a detailing spray for that.

    • +1

      hah i was stressed out using this on the tyre rims let alone bodywork…

  • +1

    Yes daddy

    • Si pappi

  • $4.65 each if you get a 3-pack from Catch


    • Or just grab it from Coles $4 this week.

  • If you regularly use this (like I do) then don't forget to get one of these holders. It is fantastic and will make your benchtop much neater.

    I only linked an Amazon link here for reference, you may be able to buy cheaper elsewhere - I think I paid around $5 for this.

  • +1

    I prefer the rectangular sponge
    Pack of 4 is $6

    Scrub Daddy - Sponge Daddy Dual-Sided Sponge and Scrubber - Scratch-Free & Resists Odors - 4 Count https://amzn.asia/d/g9LB8ob

    • Is this on discount? What's the regular price?

      • regular price is around that ~$6.50

  • +1

    I love how domesticated OB's are. The knowledge here is useful!

    • Until you try to apply it…

  • missed out

    these prices are so cheap

  • anyone used the wonder washup liquid thing?

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