July 9, 2016

AVON ‘Kitchen Magik – Silicone Dish Washer’


My review for the AVON ‘Kitchen Magik – Silicone Dish Washer’

I’ve had this product for a little over 3 weeks now and in order to give it my realistic and honest review I had to put it to the test.

Whilst doing my weekly browsing through the goodies that is the ‘first look’ book my eyes were immediately drawn to the unique photo of what appeared to resemble an unusual kitchen scourer, as I was very intrigued at the green cylindrical type-pad I thought I would order one for the family.

Now if you’re a mother you’ll understand that time is very precious as there never seems to be enough hours in the day, so if I was going to give it a positive rating then it needed to be everything it claimed to be in the brochure.

Gentle cleaning – I can honestly say that with cleaning your pots you don’t exactly want it to be a ‘gentle cleaning’ experience as you want the pots and cutlery to be immaculately clean once they have finished in the bowl.

However, on pans I found this amazingly good as it gave the same result as a generic scourer of getting the left-over food that has managed to solidify onto the pan but in a more delicate way in order to not leave scratches behind in the process.

Dishwasher safe – Fortunately my dish washer is my partner so I can’t comment here.

Germ-free alternative to scouring pad –
Unfortunately without being an expert I can’t honestly say 100% whether it is a germ-free alternative but I can imagine that it would be very close and a good alternative as the flexible needles which are on the pad allows food and grime to escape when it needs to instead of being held and trapped in the usual wire scourer.

I hope this helps some of you, as well as your customers, I’m not an expert in anyway, this is just my personal opinion of this particular item. (:

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