Scrubby's back!

By Kevin Detweiler

Have you ever scratched your head for a new idea, or said to yourself, "what a mess I'm in"?

Brush away your worries and let your creativity bloom. Let this guy turn things around for you. Mop up the competition and clean house with "Scrubby".

Several years ago we came up with this little fellow, then he was placed in the cleaning closet and the door was shut. Now he is back, better than ever. New and improved.

"Scrubby" is made from two Plungers. He has Scrub Brushes for feet and Cleaning Brushes for hands and arms. All can be turned in any direction. A Pot belly (body) and two types of hair. Plus eyes, of course. You assemble him quickly in view of the audience - all a part of the act. His creative mouth design allows it to be opened and closed. Lots of creative FUN!

Ministry routine and special song included. For price and any further details, contact Kevin Detweiler: animatedpuppets@charter.net


  1. Anonymous4/21/2011

    Hi Clinton,

    Scrubby looks great! Has Kevin thought of using paint brushes, salad servers, cooking utensils or even kids gardening tools for alternative arms? just a thought.................

  2. Anonymous4/21/2011

    how do the pieces stay in place?

  3. Scrubby has a theme: "Clean up". It would be fun to have a variation with kitchen/cooking theme, etc. I'll see that Kevin receives your suggestion.

  4. That's a question for Kevin - I have not seen this new assembly first hand.

  5. Interesting, what do those sell for, If only he could really scrub up the place, would save me more time to learn, Ventriloquism. Bill

  6. Anonymous4/21/2011

    Hi Yall,
    How does the mouth work? Are the plungers joined for the mouth movement before the act? How are they joined? Does the black stick lift the top plunger to make him talk? (is it spring loaded, how does it work?). very clever. Thanks yall, Yonson.

  7. Anonymous4/21/2011

    has Kevin thought of selling him in kit form? LOL

  8. You can contact Kevin for price and further details. animatedpuppets@charter.net