• This $8 bristled doo-dad makes it easier to clean dirty dishes and wash vegetables.

Finally, a Brush Attachment for Your Sink Sprayer

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This $8 bristled doo-dad makes it easier to clean dirty dishes and wash vegetables.

If your home has weak water pressure, your sink-sprayer is only really useful as a squirt gun—not at washing away stuck-on dinner debris. But help has arrived.

Jokari's Spray Scrubber attachment puts a two-pronged pinch on dirty dishes, by adding a plastic scrubber brush to the typical water-pressure attack. It's pretty effective on plates, bowls, and other cookware, though it doesn't "almost [make] up for not having a dishwasher," as Gizmodo put it. But an Amazon reviewer notes that the attachment is especially useful for scrubbing dirt off of potatoes or other root vegetables. At $8 with shipping, it might be worth a try.

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The Ricasol scrubber fits right onto your sink sprayer.

via Gizmodo

Ethan Wolff-Mann 74957d78e7e0faa336c81ba6cdf17df8?s=48&d=mm
Ethan writes reviews and articles about science for Reviewed.com, and edits the Science Blog. He's originally from Vermont and thinks the bicycle and guitar are examples of perfected technology. Prior to Reviewed.com, he studied furiously at Middlebury College.