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. Comes lightly coated with a natural plant varnish to reduce cracking. Has a twine lanyard for hanging.
2- Kitchen Scrub Brush for Pots and Pans This sustainable swap helps you replace steel wool or plastic pot scrubbers in the kitchen or for general household cleaning. Stiff but malleable bristles especially designed to handle heavy duty cleaning; ideal for scrubbing out stains, stuck on food, removing labels from jars, tub and shower build-up, etc. Comes lightly coated with a natural plant varnish to reduce cracking. Has a twine lanyard for hanging. Works on a variety of surfaces, especially great for cast-iron! We have successfully used this brush on ceramic and non-stick pans, just use with care. Can be used for 6 months-1 year. Bristles are a blend of palm and sisal (agave plant).
3- Beechwood & Sisal Fiber Kitchen Dish Brush with Handle The head is removable and replaceable. Our kitchen brush has a beechwood handle with sisal fiber (agave plant) bristles. Minimally fastened together with a metal wire & metal loop to hang to dry. Size: Brush with handle is 9" in length.
Replacement heads for this brush can be found here.
4- Scrubbing Bottle Brush Wood with Coconut Fiber Bristles Multipurpose scrub brush for a natural and sustainable option for cleaning reusable water bottles, baby bottles, toilets, dishes and more. Bristles are a medium stiffness creating a deep clean without abrasion. Made with sustainably sourced dried coconut husks for the bristles, wooden handle for a comfortable controlled grip and a natural lanyard for hanging to dry between uses. This brush is durable and long-lasting.
Two Lengths to choose from:
Wide tip- 12" and the Tip Width is 2.5" to fit 32 oz. reusable water bottles, glassware, jars, etc.
Narrow tip- 11.5" and the Tip Width is 2.25" great for smaller mouth water bottles, glassware, mason jars, etc.
Hang to dry in between uses, on a dry towel or elevated to allow bristles to drain. Never leave submerged in water as it will wear on the wood causing it to crack or may cause the natural bristles to fall out. Wood is naturally antimicrobial, but if you need to clean your brushes, clean bristles with vinegar to kill bacteria.
Mother Earth Approved:
Wooden handles with 100% plant fiber bristles- palm, sisal (agave plant), and coconut. 100% Biodegradable!
How to Dispose: Can be demoted to household cleaning then home composted. Metal parts can be scrap recycled.
Our products are shipped with zero plastic in recycled paper boxes or with kraft paper or compostable peanuts as padding.
The bottle brushs bristles fall out very easily but other than that so happy!
Hi Auburn! Yes, the coconut bristles do have some fallout (especially when new) as they are made from the husk of a coconut! This natural fallout tapers off with use, and I always say that its much better to send natural coconut bristles down the drain than microplastics! Thanks for making the swap and helping our Mother Earth!
Second time around with these! These coir...
Second time around with these! These coir brushes are a million times better than sponges. I will say that the narrow and wide bottle brushes have a tendency to break off the handle but that's been the case with similar brushes from other sellers. I enjoy this using this seller's the most and they also have the best pricing as well. Oh! and the shipping was SUPER FAST
My husband, roommate and I all love these...
My husband, roommate and I all love these brushes so much!!! Ditched the plastic as soon as they arrived. Upon the first few uses we all commented how strange it was they smelled like fresh bread!! xD We don't notice the smell anymore if it's there, wasn't bad either, but just funny how it smelled like bread. Hahaha wonderful products!