Have You Heard of Skoy Scrub Dishcloths? This Reader Swears By Them!

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Skoy Scrub pack

Scrub a dub dub!🧼

Can I just say how grateful I am (or rather how grateful my hands are) for this week’s Happy Friday post? I’ll start by sharing that I have always gone to the dollar store to grab those coarse green scrub pads to do my kitchen stove and dish cleaning. I started getting them in my early twenties for affordability and just never stopped. These are not terrible, especially for the price, however, I do find myself having to scrub so hard to get things clean, especially my stovetop.

This week’s Happy Friday reader, Angela, is here to save the day (and my hands) with her Skoy Scrub find! Check out her story…

Skoy Scrub packs hanging in store

Recently, I FINALLY launched myself into adulthood (I’m almost 38) by purchasing a stainless-steel pots and pans set. Through my research on how to cook with them and clean them, I found a new product that I ABSOLUTELY LOVE AND CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT! I am a diehard Scrub Daddy fan but during Covid and a full-time in-person job, I couldn’t stand to make the trek to BBB for the best Scrub Daddy prices.

This Skoy Scrub will change your life!

It has over 11,000 reviews on Amazon with an average rating of 4.7 stars – and I agree with the reviews! They are non-scratch abrasive cloths that are washable, made in Poland, and are available on Amazon for less than $7 for a 2-pack when you Subscribe and Save!

Skoy Scrub in dishwasher

I’ve had mine since November 2020 and I wash the one I’m using about every other week (so each one gets washed every 2-4 weeks) and they are still going strong. I have another pack coming w/ my next Subscribe and Save because I recently tried using one to clean my new vinyl floor and that really wore it out (not what they are meant for but it was my best option at the time).

side by side images of dirty pan and clean pan

The Skoy Scrubs save me TONS of money yearly with not having to go through green scrubbies or Scrub Daddy’s or other random scrubs I was using. I haven’t found a job it can’t tackle in the kitchen for my caked-on stainless steel messes yet. Sometimes I still soak pans first and then the Skoy Scrub takes no effort at all. Even if it isn’t soaked, you’ll be amazed at how little arm work it takes to use this thing.

hand holding Skoy Scrub

I use it to clean my glass stovetop and my stainless steel sink as well. It is about the size of my hand (see the picture) . It dries fast and NEVER smells. Between my Skoy and my Swedish dishcloths, I finally feel like I found my favorite environmentally friendly, cost-saving, and non-smelly kitchen cleaners!

Skoy Scrub in sink holder

Thank you, Angela, for sharing your awesome new find with us! I love all the different colors and patterns available with the Skoy Scrubs! Some dishcloths get so gross-looking and smelly that you end up having to put them in the wash daily but I definitely wouldn’t mind hanging this over my sink for days at a time.

And I love that I can grab these right from Amazon without having to go to the store – always a bonus!🙌


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Jessica holds a Business Degree and 10 years of writing experience from various deal sites including Hip2Save. Connect with Jessica on LinkedIn

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Comments 8

  1. CeeLee

    They’re great! I’ve been using them for a couple months, from a recommendation by a zero waste group. They’re way scrubbier than sponges, and they can be washed instead of tossing them when they get gross

  2. Jackie

    I was going to get them but after reading the reviews of them smell and not even a washer or dishwasher will make it go away I decided to pass. They look cute but when it comes to smells…I can’t. Smells=Bacteria and mildew

    • breanna-2

      You can always boil cloths in vinegar and water to remove any smells. That is what I do with our towels.

  3. tpop

    I have a couple of these, but the scrubby bits hold onto food particles. I don’t have a dishwasher and don’t feel like they get really clean when washed by hand.

  4. AmyH

    I’ve bought three now. Love these! Feel like they scrub way better than sponges and haven’t experienced smells or trapped on foods either.

  5. 5pink1blue

    Have you washed in washing machine or in dishwasher? Thanks

  6. A

    I throw mine into the washing machine and I’ve NEVER had them smell. But I also switched away from using Dawn and use either the Kirkland citrus dish soap or Seventh Generation because I think it’s actually Dawn that makes dishcloths smell.

  7. Hipgrandma

    My SIL got me something very similar but it’s called Skrubba. They are multi surface, non abrasive, eco friendly ( biodegradable) and long lasting. You can clean in too rack of dishwasher or in washing machine. She swears by them. Haven’t tried mine yet

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