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OXO Good Grips Deep Clean Brush Set $8.99, Grout Brush $8.50 (Expired) & More + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $59 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Popular deal last time.

OXO Good Grips Deep Clean Brush Set - $8.99
Set includes: Large brush and small brush with wiper blade
Large brush is great for grout, shower door tracks, stove tops and more
Small brush is perfect for fixtures and other tight spaces
Small Brush’s wiper blade cleans built up dirt from drains and other crevices

OXO Good Grips Grout Brush - $8.50
Grout Brush features narrow rows of sturdy bristles to clear dirt and buildup from tile grout
Gets into tight spaces to make grime disappear
Handle has a soft, comfortable, non-slip grip to cushion hand while scrubbing
Also available:

OXO Good Grips Dustpan and Brush Set - $18.00
OXO Good Grips Compact Dustpan and Brush Set - $13.00
OXO Good Grips All-Purpose Squeegee - $10.95

Description copied from previous RichardL's post.

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  • +4

    cant you use an old toothbrush ?

    • +42

      Im useing these as my toothbrush.

      • +15

        Enamel is for the weak.

        • +2

          Gums of steel.

        • Enamel last for a week

  • +6

    I bought this last time it was on sale, haven’t opened it because I’ve been using old toothbrush

    • -2

      You can get a set of brushes from temu for half the price.

  • +7

    toothbrush jokes aside, i originally bought this some years ago now, jokingly so i could get my 'oxo' full set bonus - but its actually a pretty good brush for hard to reach places in kitchen/bathroom.

  • +1

    I've only used these on my kitchen's sink's strainer and basket so far, but they've done a great job getting rid off gunk that a sponge couldn't, especially under the seal.

  • Love me some OXO

  • Thanks OP. Got the set.

  • Thanks OP

    Love the oxo brand. Their stuff always seems to just work. Good quality at a reasonable price (especially when on sale)

  • Also found the apple slicer at 50%. These are great. Other brands seem to go blunt in a month, this lasts me a year for an apple a day,


  • How long do these last until the little strands splay outwards and it kinda becomes useless?
    Comparison with toothbrush would be appreciated.

    • +7

      My set is pretty old held up amazingly well despite me treating them as essentially disposable item. I'll let a picture tell the tale. Purchased in January 2022 according to my order history. I'm not at all gentle in using the large brush in particular, and squash it right down with full force to scrub things like limescale buildup around my tapware.

      There's also the ergonomic factor to consider: the head being angled back makes it much easier to apply downwards force than a toothbrush, the whole thing is a lot more rigid and doesn't noticeably flex, and there's a nice slightly concave place for your thumb at the back of the head where you can comfortably and effectively push right down directly on the head.

      Note that there's a kitchen variant, which while not on special at the moment, is worth looking at. Instead of the rubber tip on the bathroom version which I've found mostly useless, there are a couple of surprisingly durable scrapers instead which are fantastic for removing baked on food and the like. I am of course happy to have one of each set, but if I had to own only one or the other, it's the kitchen set every single time.

      • Thanks for taking the time to reply. Exactly what I was looking for! I’ll grab a set.

  • +1

    I use these in the shed to clean up dirty/greasy car and bikes parts. They've held up to the abuse well and that's using brake cleaner and other similar solvents too

  • Also, how’s the grip on these?

    • +4


  • Grabbed one. Thanks

  • Understand that it depends largely on usage patterns, but for average use say once a week how often have people needed to replace the brush/get a new set?

  • Even at 50% off, everything here seems overpriced. You can buy dustpan and brush from Kmart for $1 or $1.50 to $2.50 at Bunnings. Why spend the extra for a brand name when it does the same thing.

  • Thanks for the heads-up on this deal. There's a growing bunch of old 'cleaning-only' toothbrushes in the bathroom cabinet with an increasing risk one will get put back unto the toothbrush holder next to the basin. These should be more readily recognised for what they are :)

    Further thanks too, since as I ordered them, a payment option popped up I'd forgotten about - a $100 Amazon voucher was sitting in my account.

  • Back in stock and on sale.

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