Eco Dish Brush & Dish Sponge Set – Eco Friendly Cleaning Products – Low-Waste Wooden Dish Washing Brush – Dish Brush Set…
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🌱 ZERO PLASTIC & LOW IMPACT WOODEN DISH BRUSH: Our eco dish brushes are completely plastic free! Our wooden scrubbing brush is made from beech wood as well as sisal & palmyra plant fibres (sometimes called tampico fibre), all responsibly sourced. Our plant based dish scrubber is a must have for anyone who loves zero waste products or eco friendly products!
🌱 SISAL PLANT FIBRE BRISTLES: 100% Natural Dish Brush. Unfortunately, many wooden brushes actually have plastic bristles, usually nylon (polyamide). Well not us! Our scrubbing brush bristles are fibre from the Palmyra and sisal plants (sometimes called tampico), native to Mexico. Rest assured our dish washing up brush is utterly plastic free. You’ll love our washing up brushes. The kitchen loofah cleaning sponges is grown sustainably from the loofah plant.
🌱 DIFFERENT SCRUBBING BRUSHES FOR DIFFERENT USES: Your eco pot brush comes with different strength sisal fibre bristles for different uses. Use the softer, light coloured bristles for cups and washing dishes. Use the tougher, dark coloured, palmyra infused kitchen brush for tackling more stubborn pots and pans. Use the loofah washing up sponge to clean crockery and surfaces with confidence. Add to your list of eco friendly household products.
Our loofahs are grown responsibly in Shandong Province, China, where they are also farmed for food.