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Coconut Kitchen Dish Brush
Coconut Kitchen Dish Brush
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Coconut Kitchen Dish Brush

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Wild & Stone
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Dish Brush

Perfect for kitchens and bathrooms. This biodegradable and highly durable multipurpose cleaning brush have been designed to bring sustainable style to your kitchen and home, with the functionality to deliver a superior clean.

  • Cuts through tough grease and is safe on non-stick fry pans
  • Non-Scratch
  • Designed to get into hard to reach places
  • Easily removes mould
  • Naturally Antibacterial
  • Free from toxic chemicals
  • Biodegradable
  • Sustainable

 

This eco dish brush is made from sustainably sourced coconut fibre, FSC certified beechwood, and stainless steel, creating a 100% natural and biodegradable washing-up brush. Meaning you will no longer unwittingly be releasing microplastics down the drain every time you do the dishes!

The bristles are tough enough to shift tough grease and build up, yet soft enough to be used on non-stick pans and glassware. The sturdy angled head makes it perfect to get right into the corners of pans or mugs.

To use in the kitchen: Rub brush on your dish soap, then lather up on dishes. Or, for liquid soap, put the soap on the brush and wash dishes as usual. The medium bristles of this brush mean it can be used for regular cups, bowls and plates, as well as deep cleaning of pots and pans.

To use in the bathroom: This medium bristle brush is great for hard to reach corners of the sink, shower or bathtub. Combine with a baking soda paste cleaner or infused vinegar cleaner for deep cleaning of soap scum or mould. Rinse and place somewhere to dry when you're done, for best longevity.

FSC certified beechwood is a globally recognised certification that means the wood is certified against the principles and criteria of the Forest Stewardship Council. This includes values such as maintaining the forest’s ecosystem, upholding indigenous people’s rights of land ownership, and a commitment to maintain or enhance the forests used.