Multipurpose: Great for dishes, vegetables, or household cleaning! We've even had customers use it as a body brush remove dead skin and toxins and improve lymphatic functions.
2- Kitchen Scrub Brush for Pots and Pans This sustainable swap helps you replace steel wool or plastic pot scrubbers in the kitchen. Great for heavy duty jobs like stuck on food, heavy stains and cast iron pots. Can be used on non-stick pans, just be more gentle with it. Made from sisal and palm fibers, this brush is more abrasive.
3- Beechwood & Sisal Fiber Kitchen Dish Brush with Handle The head is removable and replaceable. Our kitchen brush has an untreated beechwood handle with sisal fiber (agave plant) bristles. It is held together with metal wire, and includes a small wire loop at the end to hang to dry. Brush with handle is 9" in length. Refill head not included.
Tips for Longevity: Head can be used for up to 6 months. Do not leave any of the wood parts soaking in water, the wood will absorb water and it will cause the wood to swell and crack. Place in a dry spot after using it (elevated on a soap deck or dry towel).
Storage and Care: Cracking is normal for uncoated wood brushes. You can oil or wax your brushes to reduce the potential of cracking if you regularly submerge your dish brushes in water. Wood is naturally antimicrobial, but if you need to clean your brushes, use a fine grit sandpaper to sand down the handle and clean bristles (as needed) with vinegar to kill bacteria.
End of Life: Can be demoted to household cleaning then composted.