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Why, why, WHY?
on 30 January 2014
Another reviewer has already noted how the brush can deform in hot water, and that has been my experience for some months.
The issue is that the heads no longer fit, sliding off too easily in use. At first I put it down to the change of handle design (from the former screw cover) but then I noticed that these brushes should not be used in temperatures above 70 degrees. Dishmatic (easydo) have confirmed that this is the cause of my problem. Well, it never used to be! For some years we have used these brushes in water of all sorts of temperatures, but no more, it would seem.
This is ridiculous; the whole point of using a brush on a handle is for water that is too hot by hand. If the water has to be 70 degrees or less, you might just as well use a pad and rubber gloves, if needed!
Sorry dishmatic, I’ll be looking for something else (which will be less expensive to boot). Incidentally, the firm easydo itself was very helpful and efficient, but it’s just a shame they chose to cheapen their product.