Sparkle and Shine

It’s difficult to keep glass vases, flasks, decanters, and narrow necked bottles crystal clear. Often delicate in nature and uniquely shaped, the hard-to-reach spots present a distinct cleaning challenge, especially if there are mineral build ups, water marks, or wine stains. The Cuisipro Magnetic Spot Scrubber handles those tough areas with a soft silicone scrubber that won’t scratch glass. Just drop the magnetic scrubbing disk into any vessel filled with soap and water, then gently move it around with a secondary magnetic knob. Using this little tool means no harsh chemicals are needed and your glass sparkles and shines. Compact and easy to store, this ingenious device works as easy as 1, 2, clean.

The Magnetic Spot Scrubber

Glass Cleaning Tool

Sparkle and Shine

It’s difficult to keep glass vases, flasks, decanters, and narrow necked bottles crystal clear. Often delicate in nature and uniquely shaped, the hard-to-reach spots present a distinct cleaning challenge, especially if there are mineral build ups, water marks, or wine stains. The Cuisipro Magnetic Spot Scrubber handles those tough areas with a soft silicone scrubber that won’t scratch glass. Just drop the magnetic scrubbing disk into any vessel filled with soap and water, then gently move it around with a secondary magnetic knob. Using this little tool means no harsh chemicals are needed and your glass sparkles and shines. Compact and easy to store, this ingenious device works as easy as 1, 2, clean.

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Amy
    Amy

    Hi Grommet Community,

    Amy from The Grommet team. I am particularly excited for today's launch because it's a simple solution to the common problem of how to clean water bottles, decanters, vases, and any other narrow necked glass vessels that have areas you can't reach with a sponge. The Magnetic Spot Scrubber is the perfect solution. I am here if you have any questions!

  • Josh
    Josh
    5/7/2014 12:25 PM

    This is a great idea! Is the inside piece small enough to fit through the neck of a glass hummingbird feeder (e.g., the popular pinch-waist versions that are widely available)? It is really, really hard -- and also very important -- to clean mold of out of these feeders for the health of the birds. This tool seems like it could be ideal if it will fit...

  • Mary Jo
    Mary Jo
    5/7/2014 12:47 PM

    I have the same question as Josh below. Would be perfect with the hummingbird feeders. You cannot bleach them or use any cleaner. This would sure help if it fits.

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 1:05 PM

    Hi Mary Jo and Josh,

    Great question. You can always see the dimensions and this type of info in our "details" section which you can find when you click into the box that says "buy". The dimensions are: 6.1" x 3" x 1.5" The knob piece that you would place into the feeder is very small, only 1.5 inches so it will most definitely fit.

  • Debbie
    Debbie
    5/7/2014 12:56 PM

    Is this tool strong enough to scrub off hard water build up?

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 1:06 PM

    Hi Debbie,

    Yes - remember that you do need a strong cleaner and hot enough water to go with the cleaning piece, but it will get the job done.

  • Donna
    Donna
    5/7/2014 1:14 PM

    Will it work on plastic containers, too?

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 1:30 PM

    Hi Donna

    Great question. We just tested it here in house on a double walled plastic container and it does still work. However, this is intended for glass and so that's how we would most recommend using it.

  • Guest
    Guest
    5/7/2014 3:00 PM

    Hello...this sounds like a great way to clean bottles, however, as a licensed wildlife rehabilitator I would like to add that a hummingbird feeder should never ever be cleaned using soap. Even when the bottle is rinsed very well studies have shown that a small amount of soap residue remains and it can be very dangerous for hummingbirds. The feeders should be cleaned with very hot water only. If there is any way, Amy, for you to send this to Josh and MaryJo that would be wonderful. Have a great day.....Lillian

  • E
    E
    5/7/2014 3:26 PM

    @Guest

    Instead of soap, can vinegar and hot water or alcohol and hot water be used, since they DO rinse completely clean? Also, both disinfect better than soap or hot water anyway.

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 3:43 PM

    Hi E,

    The spot scrubber works well with a cleaning solution of your choice. We tested it here with traditional dish soap, however I have personally used vinegar on some surfaces depending on whether that surface can handle it. Just be sure to know the material and what type of cleaning solution would be best for it.

  • E
    E
    5/7/2014 3:28 PM

    This looks a little time consuming considering how tiny it is. Will there be a bigger version that can cover more ground?

  • Sara
    Sara
    5/7/2014 3:30 PM

    Can this be used on stainless steel water bottles?

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 3:46 PM

    Hi E,

    It's actually a pretty quick process - takes no longer than if you are scrubbing it with your hands. There isn't a bigger version planned at this time, but we'll be sure to let you know if that happens. It's good to know there is demand for it.

  • Guest
    Guest
    5/7/2014 3:32 PM

    One big problem a lot of people have is trying to clean water spots/ streaks between glass on oven doors. There are holes in bottom of door that goes up between glass where most put hanger with cloth up there with chance of losing cloth and very little control. This would be awesome for cleaning between oven glass if strong enough magnet to hold through oven glass. Is it possible and if you don't know could you try it and see if it works. If so I need over 24. Look for your answer.

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 3:55 PM

    Hi there,

    This is an interesting thought. While we don't have an oven here in the office, I just tested it on the microwave. The magnetic knob stuck to the inside of the door without a problem, although it didn't move with the other piece so I would need to say that we can't recommend for this purpose.

    However, since the small knob stuck easily to the door, you may be able to move the knob around with your hand and get the spots cleaned you are looking for. Just a thought.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

The Magnetic Spot Scrubber

Glass Cleaning Tool

Sparkle and Shine

It’s difficult to keep glass vases, flasks, decanters, and narrow necked bottles crystal clear. Often delicate in nature and uniquely shaped, the hard-to-reach spots present a distinct cleaning challenge, especially if there are mineral build ups, water marks, or wine stains.

The Cuisipro Magnetic Spot Scrubber handles those tough areas with a soft silicone scrubber that won’t scratch glass. Just drop the magnetic scrubbing disk into any vessel filled with soap and water, then gently move it around with a secondary
magnetic knob. Using this little tool means no harsh chemicals are needed and your glass sparkles and shines.

Compact and easy to store, this ingenious device works as easy as 1, 2, clean.
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Amy
    Amy

    Hi Grommet Community,

    Amy from The Grommet team. I am particularly excited for today's launch because it's a simple solution to the common problem of how to clean water bottles, decanters, vases, and any other narrow necked glass vessels that have areas you can't reach with a sponge. The Magnetic Spot Scrubber is the perfect solution. I am here if you have any questions!

  • Josh
    Josh
    5/7/2014 12:25 PM

    This is a great idea! Is the inside piece small enough to fit through the neck of a glass hummingbird feeder (e.g., the popular pinch-waist versions that are widely available)? It is really, really hard -- and also very important -- to clean mold of out of these feeders for the health of the birds. This tool seems like it could be ideal if it will fit...

  • Mary Jo
    Mary Jo
    5/7/2014 12:47 PM

    I have the same question as Josh below. Would be perfect with the hummingbird feeders. You cannot bleach them or use any cleaner. This would sure help if it fits.

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 1:05 PM

    Hi Mary Jo and Josh,

    Great question. You can always see the dimensions and this type of info in our "details" section which you can find when you click into the box that says "buy". The dimensions are: 6.1" x 3" x 1.5" The knob piece that you would place into the feeder is very small, only 1.5 inches so it will most definitely fit.

  • Debbie
    Debbie
    5/7/2014 12:56 PM

    Is this tool strong enough to scrub off hard water build up?

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 1:06 PM

    Hi Debbie,

    Yes - remember that you do need a strong cleaner and hot enough water to go with the cleaning piece, but it will get the job done.

  • Donna
    Donna
    5/7/2014 1:14 PM

    Will it work on plastic containers, too?

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 1:30 PM

    Hi Donna

    Great question. We just tested it here in house on a double walled plastic container and it does still work. However, this is intended for glass and so that's how we would most recommend using it.

  • Guest
    Guest
    5/7/2014 3:00 PM

    Hello...this sounds like a great way to clean bottles, however, as a licensed wildlife rehabilitator I would like to add that a hummingbird feeder should never ever be cleaned using soap. Even when the bottle is rinsed very well studies have shown that a small amount of soap residue remains and it can be very dangerous for hummingbirds. The feeders should be cleaned with very hot water only. If there is any way, Amy, for you to send this to Josh and MaryJo that would be wonderful. Have a great day.....Lillian

  • E
    E
    5/7/2014 3:26 PM

    @Guest

    Instead of soap, can vinegar and hot water or alcohol and hot water be used, since they DO rinse completely clean? Also, both disinfect better than soap or hot water anyway.

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 3:43 PM

    Hi E,

    The spot scrubber works well with a cleaning solution of your choice. We tested it here with traditional dish soap, however I have personally used vinegar on some surfaces depending on whether that surface can handle it. Just be sure to know the material and what type of cleaning solution would be best for it.

  • E
    E
    5/7/2014 3:28 PM

    This looks a little time consuming considering how tiny it is. Will there be a bigger version that can cover more ground?

  • Sara
    Sara
    5/7/2014 3:30 PM

    Can this be used on stainless steel water bottles?

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 3:46 PM

    Hi E,

    It's actually a pretty quick process - takes no longer than if you are scrubbing it with your hands. There isn't a bigger version planned at this time, but we'll be sure to let you know if that happens. It's good to know there is demand for it.

  • Guest
    Guest
    5/7/2014 3:32 PM

    One big problem a lot of people have is trying to clean water spots/ streaks between glass on oven doors. There are holes in bottom of door that goes up between glass where most put hanger with cloth up there with chance of losing cloth and very little control. This would be awesome for cleaning between oven glass if strong enough magnet to hold through oven glass. Is it possible and if you don't know could you try it and see if it works. If so I need over 24. Look for your answer.

  • Amy
    Amy – Special Guest
    5/7/2014 3:55 PM

    Hi there,

    This is an interesting thought. While we don't have an oven here in the office, I just tested it on the microwave. The magnetic knob stuck to the inside of the door without a problem, although it didn't move with the other piece so I would need to say that we can't recommend for this purpose.

    However, since the small knob stuck easily to the door, you may be able to move the knob around with your hand and get the spots cleaned you are looking for. Just a thought.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.