Looking for a Good Dish Scrubber for Arthritic Hands

Looking for a Good Dish Scrubber for Arthritic Hands

Faith Durand
Jan 15, 2010

Q: I would like to find a kitchen soap dispenser that doesn't involve pushing a button or using pressure from your hands or fingers to get the soap to come out. I have arthritis in my hands and the button types are too hard for me to use.

My previous one (Libman) was about 5" tall, stood upright, soap came out of the brushhead, which unscrewed to put the soap in, and had a rubber gasket inside with slits that kept the soap from coming out too fast. It appears to have been discontinued now. If anyone knows of something similar that doesn't require pressure from your fingers or hands, I would appreciate it.

Sent by Joan

Editor: Joan, we would love to find you a good dish scrubber or dispenser, but we are at a loss here. We use this Full Circle scrubber but it does have a button that helps push out the soap.

Readers, do you have any suggestions for Joan and her washing up supplies?

Related: What Are Good Kitchen Tools for Cooks with Arthritis?

(Image: Libman)

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