Zero Waste Brush

$5.80

Our zero-waste home brush is a great substitute for those made with plastic and other faux or synthetic materials. It has a natural and contented feel and functions exactly like standard home brushes.

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Our multipurpose zero waste home brush with a long handle is made from reclaimed teak wood and coconut husks. Reduce plastic waste with this eco-friendly dish/pot/pan/multipurpose brush with a long handle. This wood dish brush is a perfect plastic-free alternative for your kitchen. Great for brushing, cleaning dishes, pots, and sinks. The head is replaceable so you can save the handle and reduce your waste when the brush wears out. The handle is made of sustainable wood and the bristle of the brush is made of plant-based material extracted locally. This stiff fibre brush is durable and ideal for all dish-washing purposes.

  • Large and sturdy.
  • Entirely made by hand with reclaimed teak wood (handle) and coconut fiber (bristles).
    Coconut fibers are resistant to oil and grease, and naturally, inhibit bacteria growth.
  • Non-scratch.
  • Safe for use with cast-iron, stainless-steel cookware, dishes/plates/bows, or sinks.
  • Wood is sealed with nontoxic sealant to extend its life by reducing mold, mildew, and decay, making them water and weather resistant.
  • Built durable and made to last.
  • Natural, plant-based, and compostable.
  • Built-in metal wire on the handle so you can easily hang it up in your kitchen after use.
  • Suitable for both heavy and light cleaning jobs.
  • Brush heads are replaceable. This means that you can effortlessly prolong its lifespan by just replacing the head instead of the entire brush.

Care instruction:

Rinse bristles with warm water. Towel blot to remove excess moisture. Hang to air dry, away from direct sunlight.

Maintenance:

To prevent cracks, do not leave the wood part soaking in water. After use, rinse the sisal bristle with clean water and hang dry naturally.

Once worn out, the wooden head and sisal bristle can be composted or buried in the backyard. All metal staples can be recycled in a metal recycling bin.

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