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Eraser Daddy’s PowErase™ material will wear down as it is used. To extend the service life, remove surface debris with the FlexTexture® side first.


Reactivate Screen Daddy’s gel adhesive by wetting it under running water. Pat dry with a lint free cloth or let air dry.


To clean a dirty Screen Daddy, rinse under running water. Add a mild hand soap if needed. Pat dry with a lint free cloth or let air dry.


Colorful scrubbers make it easy to avoid cross contamination or simply better coordinate with your décor! The choice is yours.

The lemon scent will dissipate gradually over time.

For messes in need of extra scrubbing power, like burnt on debris and stubborn stains, a firm consistency is best. Adversely, use soft for light cleaning jobs.

Yes! Use a serrated knife to resize or reshape your block to better fit your needs. Cutting should only be performed by adults.

Our sponge material is made from a highly engineered cellulose named ResoFoam™. It is unique and exclusive to our products.

The scrubby side can remove many stains and debris with water alone, minimizing the need for harsh chemicals. On the reverse, our absorbent ResoFoam™ sponge works great with mild dish soap. A small drop is all you need to generate lots of suds!

Yes! FlexTexture™ was originally designed to scrub hands. Keep in mind that it may be abrasive when used in cold water. We recommend starting with warm water for a soft texture, reducing the water temperature gradually if needed.

Our unique foam can remove many stains and debris with water alone, minimizing the need for harsh chemicals. Try baking soda, vinegar or a mild dish soap for common household cleaning.

Scrub Daddy products are currently fabricated and packaged in the USA from our exclusive German material.

Relocate them to the garage to fulfill a second life of cleaning! Old scrubbers are perfect for auto applications, the BBQ grill, lawn furniture, and vinyl siding.

Like any soft material, our foam will deteriorate over time. Harsh scrubbing or rough surfaces will erode the foam faster than with gentle use.

Dampen and place in the microwave for one minute to sanitize. We do not advise leaving it in the microwave longer than this.

Place under warm running water and massage gently. Feel free to add a mild soap if needed. You may also place it in the dishwasher (top rack) if necessary.

Our foam is engineered with a semi-closed cellular structure. This helps to prevent most debris from sticking or becoming embedded in the material.

FlexTexture™ is lab tested to not hold odors for up to 2 months.

Scrub Daddy does not absorb as much water as a common sponge, especially when cold.

In independent lab tests, Scrub Daddy products did not scratch the following surfaces:

  • Acrylic
  • Aluminum
  • Car Exterior paint
  • Cast Iron
  • Ceramic
  • Chrome
  • Copper
  • Crystal
  • Enamel
  • Fiberglass
  • Glass
  • Granite
  • Leather
  • Limestone
  • Marble
  • Non-stick Coatings
  • Oil Rubbed Bronze
  • Plastic
  • Porcelain
  • Soapstone
  • Stainless Steel
  • Travertine
  • Vinyl
  • Wood
  • If you have any concerns, we recommend testing a small, inconspicuous area first.

    Scrub Daddy products are non-recyclable.

    Our foam is nontoxic; however, it is not tested for consumption. As with any product that a young child or pet may be exposed to, adult supervision is highly recommended.

    Scrub Daddy products are latex and BPA free.

    Our scrubbing material is made from a highly engineered polymer foam named FlexTexture™. It is unique and exclusive to our products.

    Cold water is the key to a firm scrubber. Hold under cold running tap water, immerse in ice water or dampen and place in the fridge. To soften, simply run under warm water.