The Scrub Daddy made waves when it appeared on Shark Tank in 2012. Who knew a smiling sponge would become such a blooming success? The brand is in on the holiday fun as well, so you can upgrade the cleaning product to be in on the festivities. While certainly not new, Scrub Daddy has Halloween sponges for a limited time.

Scrub Daddy Halloween Sponges

Halloween Sponges

Scrub Daddy Halloween Sponges

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The spooky sponges come in three Halloween-approved designs: Frankenstein's monster (green), a ghost (white), and a pumpkin (orange). They’re all temperature-controlled, so its FlexTexture foam is firm in cold water, which is ideal for tough scrubbing, and soft in warm water, for light cleaning. So whatever you’re up against, you’ll be able to easily tackle it with this durable kitchen sponge.

The Scrub Daddy is especially handy to wash utensils, thanks to the holes for the eyes and mouth. Plus, even when it’s firm, it’s safe to use on 25 different surfaces, such as glass, stainless steel, cast iron, nonstick coatings, leather, and more, without worrying about scratching it up.

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The non-scratch scrubbers were designed to use on dishes and around your home. You can get them in a pack of three, one of each character, on Amazon for $14.99. They’re sure to make washing those nightly dinner dishes just a little bit better.

The limited-edition designs are only available as we lead up to Halloween, so don’t miss out on bringing the ghoulish vibes to your cleaning products.

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As the senior editor of social and social news, Caitlyn covers the tastiest, coolest, and strangest products for, and she is the lead of social strategy for Popular Mechanics, Runner's World, and Bicycling Magazine; her work has also appeared in POPSUGAR, InStyle, Stylecaster, among others. In her free time (if there is such a thing), she’s probably watching reality TV, online shopping, or cuddling with her dog, Waffle. She is a Wawa-loving Jersey girl who went to Monmouth University for communication, journalism, and interactive media.