No, despite the name, these arent't for scrubbing your spaghetti. Instead, Spaghetti Scrubs are an ingenious, environmentally-friendly tool for no-soap, or low-soap, scrubbing of your pots and pans. What looks like a handful of spaghetti is a collection of cotton & polyster strips coated with peach pit powder (fine Spaghetti Scrub) or ground corn cobs (coarse Spaghetti Scrub). These gently abrasive materials thoroughly, but gently remove food from pots and pans, reaching into every corner and crevice. And they do it with little or no soap, minimizing the impact on the environment.
Spaghetti Scrubs last for months, rinse easily, and dry quickly and completely, so there's no smell or mildew. We've used them in the Kitchen Kaboodle Test Kitchen and found them to be very cool, especially on cookware that doesn't like soap, such as those carefully-seasoned cast-iron skillets and those broken-in woks. With just minimal soap, they do a great job on all kinds pots and pans. And believe or not, they stay clean; here's an unbiased review we found
at about.com. They're as enthusiastic as we are about Spaghetti Scrubs. Give 'em a try, we think you'll like them.