Looking for eco-friendly cleaning brushes without the waste?!
Meet the Round Dish Brush by Eco Max. It works effectively on dishes, pans and bowls to remove stubborn food that sits in the curve of the dish. The brush was created by using a waste product from coconuts called Coco Fibres, sustainable timber and galvanised wire. *How awesome is that!*
Did we mention they are also awesome at cleaning the sink, toilet and anything with rounded sides?
Size: 23.5cm long x 7cm width (widest point)
Benefits & uses:
Untreated, toxin-free & plastic free
Made from natural materials
Rounded bristles for effective scrubbing on curved dishes & surfaces
Naturally anti-microbial and anti-bacterial
Compostable at the end of life span & metal part can go with your scrap metal to be recycled
After use, allow the brushes to dry by hanging them up or standing them on their bristles so the water can flow from moisture-sensitive areas. Soaking in water for prolonged periods is not advised.
How to prevent mould:
Store your brush in a dry area
Allow brush to sit or hang with the bristles facing down so the water can run off
Place your brush in the sun about once a week
Rinsing after use if bristles are congested
How to dispose:
These plastic-free brushes are made from plants, meaning they can return to the earth when you no longer use them.
Handle & heads:
Put the brush in your compost bin were the micro-organism will eat the fibres. When you spread your compost, take the wire out and pop it with your scrap metal for when you go to your local tip. Some councils have pick up for this so check with your council if you are one of these lucky ones!
Pair this brush with our toxin-free dish soap for the ultimate cleaning combo
Designed and Owned, with ♡, in Australia. Handmade in Sri Lanka.
We have used this similar product before and found it really good to clean pots and pans but also china. It is particularly good for coffee/ tea cups with marks from the the coffee/tea. Ergonomically I think it is better for my hands and wrists too.