Let’s be honest. It’s not everyday you come across a review about a brush! So why have I decided to write one?
Well I was at a friends house the other day and she was showing off her new Circulon Infinite cookware range. We were having lunch and she persuaded me to cook. I’m not the greatest chef in the world but I managed to cook the egg without breaking it and slide it straight onto the toast.
It doesn’t sound like much, but to me that’s a miracle.The non-stick on the Circulon Infinite cookware is amazing. As a ‘reward’ I got to clean up after wards with her other new purchase, which is has the rather impressive title of the Circulon Elite Soft Grip Cleaning Brush.
Now I could have written more about the Circulon Infinite range but plenty of people have done that already and I’ve included a link to a site that I think does it well. What I’ve not seen is a review of the humble brush with a big name, so that’s what I’m going to do!
According to the official blurb, the brush has the following features:
A 33cm nylon head which will clean non-stick cookware without marking.
It has a metal shaft so is solid but functional
Slip free handle made of Santoprene which feels soft in your hand.
It has a loop so you can hang it on the wall.
Comes with a customer satisfaction guarantee.
It’s basically a brush with a nylon head and is great for cleaning non-stick surfaces without leaving a mark. It feels solid in your hands and has a good grip. The blurb on these things always say you don’t need to put so much ‘elbow grease’ into it but I just do anyway. The big bonus for me is that it’s dishwasher safe, so you can wash the filthiest pan and then chuck the brush in the dishwasher. That’s what I did anyway.
It does the job it’s meant to do well enough. My only complaint is that it seems a bit expensive for what it is but I guess when you’ve invested in a good set of cookware that will last you for years, you don’t want to scrimp on cleaning it, or God forbid, scratch it with a scouring pad. If I could a good set of non-stick cookware, I would get this brush.
Circulon cookware looks to me like quality products and they certainly help incompetents in the kitchen like me to cook better. They are more expensive than conventional cookware, but when you consider how long they last and how well they perform, then they are good value.
I found a blog which has informative reviews called the Circulon Infinite review site. You can find other peoples comments about the Circulon utensils here.