Meanwhile, the item that I felt "this is convenient!" Is a sponge with a grip from the British kitchen miscellaneous goods brand "DISHMATIC". Actually, the author, who recently cut his finger with a kitchen knife, bought it because he didn't want to get his hands wet.
This product has a hollow grip, and when detergent is added, it gradually exudes into the sponge from the hole at the tip. The feature is that it is not necessary to add detergent on the way and it is difficult for your hands to come into direct contact with the detergent. The author also seems to be useful all year round because his fingertips become rough in winter.
The handle has an exquisitely angled slope for a great fit when washing deep bottoms. Above all, it is very convenient to wash cooking utensils with a "handle" that you can hold with one hand, and when you want to quickly wash a frying pan that you just used lightly, do not hesitate.
On the other hand, it may not be very suitable for small dishes and dirt that must be rubbed strongly. You can't wash the whole dish unless you change it once, so you can't just touch the detergent, but it's definitely alleviated.
Also, because the foaming is quite good, the poor author uses the detergent by diluting it with water instead of adding it with the undiluted solution. When not in use, it is recommended that you do not leave it as it is, but place it upright with the sponge facing up or upside down.
The sponge part can be selected from hard, soft, and Microsoft types according to the item to be washed, and a replacement refill containing 3 pieces is also on sale (I am using the Microsoft type for fluororesin-processed frying pans and glasses. ). By the way, in consideration of the environment, 60% of the sponge is made from recycled materials such as PET bottles.