The dish brush reinvented! A review of the Dishmatic Glide

If you follow me on Instagram, you will know how much of a Dishmatic fan I am! When I heard they were bringing out a new product, the Glide, “the dish brush reinvented,” I couldn’t wait to test it out. So, what exactly is it?

The Dishmatic Glide was designed for easy and efficient washing up and also looks so good with its sleek design. It is available in white, pink and blue, so if you like your bits to match your decor, there should be one for you. It has staggered bristles and blades which they claim, is to ensure the Dishmatic Glide makes the cleaning chore more easier than before.

Looking pretty on a spoon rest

Let’s see if this runs true, I have been testing the Dishmatic Glide out over a few weeks and here’s what I thought;

What I love about the Dishmatic Glide Brush

🍋  The Glide is made from good quality matierials making it durable and non disposable. Mine still looks and performs like new after testing for the previous month- and it’s been through the mill! There are no refills or worries that the bristles will outshape effecting performance. A good choice for those that have concerns over how much we waste.

🍋  Compared to a usual brush it stays very clean. Due to the design of the bristles, food is less likely to get trapped and if any does, it rinses away easily. It’s also dishwasher safe for a deeper clean!

🍋 The material of the Glide means it’s gentle on surfaces whilst still being an effective scrubber. I tested on various surfaces, including non stick, with not a scratch in sight.

🍋 It may be the “dish brush reinvented,” but it also has great alternative uses, details can be found later on in my review.

Are there any drawbacks to this product?

The first thing I noticed about this product was that it felt strange to use, it doesn’t feel like our convential brushes. Despite this, you soon get it used to it and find ways of making it the most effective for your washing up. It’s easy and comfortable to hold and the plastic bristles work well for tough jobs. I also found out that for tough burnt on food, its good to flip round and use as a scraper which lifted it even easier. Another drawback for some would be that it doesn’t produce as much foam as a convential brush, this doesn’t really bother me, as long as my dishes are clean I’m happy!

Alternative uses for the Glide 

I love, love, love to find alternative uses for products, so naturally I tested the Glide out in various areas of my home. I actually found it really effective for deep cleaning my bathroom. The way it is designed means it cleans out those hard to reach areas such as crevices on shower doors and around taps and plug holes really well. It was also fab for the tiles and grouting. I’ve actually popped one into my work bag to use (I run a small cleaning business). We go through so many brushes and I know this one will last longer. You could also use it for window sills, would be great for those crevices, or for those hard to reach areas around buttons on the exterior of your appliances.

So, where you can you get your hands on one?

The Glide is available in Tesco, Waitrose, Wilko and coming soon to ASDA and retailed at £3. A bargain for a non disposable item. For more information pop on over

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