MSR Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper
Don't forget to bring along the MSR ® Alpine Dish Brush/Scraper on your next camping expedition. Great for cleaning dishes or even nonstick pots and pans, it features a fast-drying brush that is mold and mildew resistant. The custom-formed handle doubles as a scraper, and the ergonomic rubber grip will make washing the dishes a bit more comfortable.
- Fast-drying brush
- Mold and mildew resistant
- Ergonomic rubber grip
- Custom-formed handle doubles as a scraper
Country of Origin: TaiwanWeb ID: 12629293
Rated 4 out of 5áby 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5áby g_w_w Does what it's supposed to do The stiff bristles of the brush are tough enough to dislodge most of any remaining cooking residue. The variety of curves and angles on this scraper allows you to easily get into all those tougher to get to places. AND I simply put a small caribiener on the scraper and attached it to my Dutch oven carrier so it always handy! I've only used it 3 times so far so durability is still undetermined. August 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Yackson14 Indespensible tool for the camp/backpacker cleaner!! This is one of those tools i wish i would have thought of inventing. I love MSR products anyway, but this is a must. I usually volunteer on backback trips to wash everyones pots and bowls, etc. and this will make it easier. I use it everyday at home in washing vegetables as well. Better than any vegie brush i have seen or used. i thought that $4.95 was a little high for this product, but after using it, i would probably pay $6.95. Thank You! February 21, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Mountain Beard great tool This is a great tool. It is light, small, and works great. January 19, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5áby Richard B I believe this is why god created sand! I have always used sand and a stream to clean my dishes in the field. I guess this might be useful if I didn't have access to sand. I don't find the shape of this to be very well thought out. I have a bunch of scrapers from Pampered Chef that are square with 4 rounded corners all of different radiuses. That would be a better tool than this goofy 45║ angle thing. I think I'll pack that in my gear. Thanks for the "suggestion". September 28, 2012
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