Wednesday, March 18, 2015

S.O.S Non-Scratch Scrubbers - Review and Giveaway

I received products for review from Clorox.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.
S.O.S Soap Pads have been providing solutions for the toughest cleaning jobs since 1917.  The brand is one I've counted on often to clean pots and pans, vehicle parts, and grills.  Now I'm happy to know that the S.O.S brand has developed a solution for non-stick, stainless steel and other premium cookware that isn't necessarily recommended for traditional steel wool pads - S.O.S Non-Scratch Scrubbers.   
Dirty pan after sausage had been cooked in it
 
The new S.O.S Non-Scratch Scrubbers are disposable scouring pads made from synthetic scrubbing fibers that are safe to use on non-stick coatings and other delicate surfaces. With the scrubbing power of S.O.S and the same trusted soap built right in, an evening's worth of caked-on cookware is no problem - simply wet the pad and scrub!
 
I've put these bad boys to the test on a few of my dishes.  My husband does a wonderful job at cooking, but not so much at rinsing or cleaning grease and food from dishware.  So, it will sit until I get around to it.  When it's my turn to do the dishes, S.O.S Non-Scratch Scrubbers help make getting rid of tough food stains and grease an almost effortless job.   Grease stains that tend to build up due to several uses have also come off my cookie sheets and casserole dishes after using the scouring pads on them.
Voila!  The pan is clean.
 
S.O.S Non-Scratch Scrubbers come in a package of eight, and the packages are resealable.  The scrubbers are light blue in color and square in shape, with a bumpy texture.  The soap is already in place.  I feel comfortable using them on my non-stick pans and casserole dishes because I know I'm not damaging my pieces, and my dishes look almost like new again.

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One person will win six 8-count packages of S.O.S Non-Scratch Scrubbers.
 
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103 comments:

Maryann D. said...

I find any cheese that was baked or melted is very hard to scrub off of dishes or pans.
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Mrs. Brown said...

Oh gosh, this happened last night. Macaroni and cheese is always difficult for me to remove; however, thank goodness I had some SOS pads to help me out!

heymissvirginia said...

I have a tough time with stuck on breading from frying foods.
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Kathy Davis said...

Dried pasta is hard for me to get cleaned.
Kathy Davis
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VickeC said...

anything I bbq sticks really bad espically if i bake it in the oven

Margie said...

My lasagna pan is hard to clean.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Jackie said...

I think dried on egg is hard to remove from dishes.

latanya t said...

burnt grits

latanya t said...

for the entered another giveaway- the wrong info went in- I entered the Nonni's Biscotti - 3/20 giveaway

jakiesmom said...

lazagna

GabbyLowe said...

I have a hard time getting eggs off our frying pans. (Laura DeLuca)

rubynreba said...

I have a hard time cleaning the broiler after broiling meats.

Nancy said...

Baked on lasagna is hard to remove from a casserole.

Nancy
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Renee said...

I have a hard time getting cheese out of my pans.

AnnaZed said...

The coatings and stuff the fall off and stick when you fry, they are impossible!
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janetfaye said...

I have a tough time removing beaked on sauce and cheese.

alissa apel said...

When I make French Fries in oil on the stove it's messy to clean up.

DEBIJOT said...

baked on lasagna

Anne said...

As other commenters have mentioned, burned-on cheese is tough, but for me, the worst is tomato-based pasta casseroles.

Maureen said...

Lasagna (or really any dish that has cheese in it) is often difficult to scrub off of my dishes. I love SOS! It makes it so much easier to get off baked-on food!

Maureen
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Shelly Leatham said...

Lasagna is the hardest to clean!

Xty C said...

I hate cleaning baked pans

Ken Ohl said...

Lasagna is very hard to clean off for sure. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

barnold barnes said...

I have a hard time cleaning stuff off non-stick pans because it sticks and then I don't want to scratch the surface by scrubbing with something too hard.

Dawn Ganey said...

Scrambled egg residue is hard to clean.

Susan Christy said...

Baked on cheese is the worst!

Sue Hull said...

Lasagna and Mac & Cheese are so hard to get off. These S.O.S. scrubbers would really come in handy.They would be great for camping to.Thank you for the chance :)

bison61 said...

dried eggs are the worst

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angel d said...

roasted potatoes for some reason they just stick like crazy

Robin Wilson said...

Egg yolks are the worst.

sohamolina said...

Dried oatmeal.

Rebecca Orr said...

I usually struggle with spaghetti sauce!

chickie717 said...

I usually have problems with scrambled eggs... I think maybe I should get a better skillet. :)

Rebecca Parsons said...

Anything that has baked on cheese is a pain to get off dishes.

Jennifer T. said...

Baked on pasta is a nightmare to get off casserole dishes.

Leela said...

Baked pasta dishes.

Jennifer Reed said...

I struggle with getting the dish that I cook my chicken teriyaki in clean. It is a baked on mess.

Cheryl said...

I have a tough time removing lasagna from dishes.

freddie said...

I have a hard time removing cooked on eggs from my skillets. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

sherylssg said...

I always dreaded cleaning the casserole dish scalloped potatoes was baked in.

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pmj said...

Anything that I've burned.

Karin said...

I have trouble with fried and scrambled eggs.

Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

I have a tough time removing cinnamon rolls stuff stuck to pans.
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Sherry said...

I have a hard time cleaning my lasagna pan.

Darby Elizabeth said...

Pasta sauce is the worst!

amanda hoffman said...

anything that gets burnt on the ban lol

wen budro said...

The answer would be cheese. I love adding cheese to things and I hate trying to scrub it off my pots and pans. Ugh.

Alison H said...

Lasagna! it always gets cooked right into the pan it seems.

Angela Saver said...

I have a hard time getting baked-on cheese cleaned off of my pans!

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carolwegs said...

Baked on tomato sauce and cheese is hard to get off. thanks for the chance

Anita Kennett said...

My worst meal is lasagna.what a mess.thanks so much for sharing.

clc408 said...

Eggs can be difficult if I forget to spray the pan.

UpperMountainGal said...

Definitely eggs.

KrisJ said...

When I make eggplant parmesan, it can make a real stuck on mess.

Jean said...

my lasagna poses a problem

Kathleen Porteous said...

Eggs are a problem.

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bbrittbrat1398 said...

I have a hard time with brownies. Brittney House

Cathy Truman said...

I have problems with lasagna
getting it off the dish and
dried eggs are a problem too

Jacquelyn Cannon said...

I have a hard time removing refried beans.
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Neha Kaul said...

The greasy residue left behind after frying something can be supremely tough to get rid off!

Puffy Biggler said...

I have a hard time removing cheese from dishes. Thanks for the giveaway!

ferriz said...

i have to go with lasagna. it is terrible to remove.

danielle marie

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LIDARKSIDE said...

The deep fryer is the hardest to clean.

Marilyn said...

The Lasagna pan is the worst -- after heating it up and then re-heating 2x the pan is a mess.

Melissa B. said...

Cheesy potatoes never want to come loose.

Erica C. said...

Lasagna is hard.

Lisa Voyce said...

Lasagna is always a pain to get off the pans.

Linda said...

I have a tough time removing my baked tuna casserole. I think these would really help

Lisa Pecora said...

I hate cleaning up after Scrambled eggs!!!

saturdaynightfever said...

Grease on baking sheets!

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Jackie Burns said...

Hands down cleaning up a pyrex casserole dish that was used in the oven is a chore for me.

tavernie said...

Scrubbing the residue off your pans after using a non stick spray!!! Also Lassangna pans are also a nightmare!!

blueice12 said...

Baked mac and cheese is a tough dish to clean up after

Emily Reviews said...

I don't like cleaning the pizza pan - the dried on cheese is so hard to get off.

Patricia Mingozzi said...

I have a tough time cleaning egg off a pan.

Laurie Murley said...

I cook with tomatoes a lot and the sauce does not come off so good

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Tim A said...

Generally I have a time with most anything on the broiler pan

smilekisses said...

Every time I cook scalloped potatoes they stick to the pan even when cooking spray is used.

Clair Freebie said...

I always hate cleaning the chili pan!

crankyyanky1 said...

I have a hard time removing eggs and melted cheese!

barbara stenby said...

I would have to say burnt on grease from frying chicken or pork chops

Francine said...

Lasagna

jules mcnubbin (buttmuffin) said...

when my daughter makes crescent rolls, then leaves the pan out.

RoteDiablo said...

Lasagne!

Unknown said...

Dried on egg yolk is always the most challenging

diesel51 said...

Pasta and sauce, this is a terribly hard to scrub off.

Kim said...

I always have a tough time removing casseroles and cheese
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kathy pease said...

I hate scrubbing dried on eggs

Amy Deeter said...

after cooking scrambled or sunny side up eggs.very hard for me to clean up and it takes some time to scrub it

Unknown said...

rice!

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Jennifer Herman said...

Baked Pasta is one of the hardest to get off

Erica Brunt said...

Anything with sauce.. I make mac and cheese a lot and it's so hard to clean.

Lynne said...

I have a tough time removing things like baked ziti or lasagna from casserole dishes.

/\Heather/\ said...

I have a hard time removing BBQ sauce from the slower cooker!

laurasloves said...

I have a hard time removing lasagna from a pan even when I spray it first with Pam.
Laurie Emerson
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John Herman said...

Burnt soup at the bottom of a pot

Sand said...

Anything with baked cheese is always difficult to clean.

Buddy Garrett said...

I have a hard time removing meat loaf.

Kim Reid said...

Baked lasagna is the most difficult to clean, thanks!

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Trisha McKee said...

Brownies are the worst when they are hard and dried up. And lasagna is another bad one.

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Brian E. said...

Thank You for the giveaway…we have one XXL baking pan that we use for big family gatherings, usually for baked ziti, and it is impossible to clean !

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Betty C said...

Cheese from baked lasagna is almost impossible to remove.

lilyk said...

pasta sauce