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Chore Boy is a brand name for a coarse scouring pad made of steel or copper wool. It is designed for cleaning very dirty surfaces, especially washing dishes. During the first half of the 20th century, the product was marketed under the name Chore Girl.
Additional recommended knowledge
In the American community of do-it-yourself heavy drug use, it has gained a rather large market as a make-shift part for homemade crack cocaine pipes. It is infamously used as a filtering device in conjunction with a Chinese product called a "Love Rose," a small glass tube with a miniature flower inside.
Chore Boy is also the name of a punk band who used the name because of their past experiences smoking crack with the brand name product.
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