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PLASTIC FREE | NATURAL PLANT MATERIALS | FOR BOTTLES, GLASSES, JARS AND MORE | VEGAN
Reusable water bottles can grow all sorts of bacteria if not frequently cleaned. Who’s scrubbed the inside of their reusable water bottle? It can be a difficult process without the perfect cleaning tool!
That’s why the Bamboo Bottle Brush is your new bestie for cleaning bottles, glasses, jars & hard-reach places! It was created using bamboo for the handle and coconut fibres for the bristles. *How awesome is that!*.
Did we mention they look super stylish in your kitchen?!
Pair this brush with the rest of our brush range and/or the toxin-free dish soap for the ultimate cleaning combo.
Benefits & uses:
Bamboo grows faster than trees, uses less water, produces up to 35 times more oxygen and doesn’t need pesticides or herbicides
Untreated, toxin-free & plastic free
Made from plant materials
Can clean multiple areas
Naturally anti-microbial and anti-bacterial
Compostable at end of life span
Short Handle: Approx. 22cm long (including handle)
Long Handle: Approx. 31cm long (including handle)
Our bottle brush is perfect for our double-insulated bottles that have a 4.5cm wide opening. We would not recommend it for bottles that have a smaller opening than 4cm.
Here are the main differences between our Bamboo and Vegetable Fibre Brushes:
Hardness of Bristles
Drink Bottles, Cups, Wine Glasses, Jars, Hard to Reach Places
Long Handle Dish Brush
Most Dishes, Surfaces, Showers, Toilets
Round Pan & Dish Brush
Dishes with round edges (Bowls, Pans, Pots etc.), Toilets
Scrubbing Dish Brush
The most stubborn marls (Pots, Baking Trays, Plates etc.), Bathroom
After use, allow the brushes to dry properly 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 of time is not advised.
How to prevent mould:
Store your brush in a dry area, avoid leaving it in the sink
Allow brush to sit or hang with the bristles facing down so the water can run off
Place your brush in the sun at least once a week
Rinsing after use if bristles are congested
How to dispose of:
These plastic-free brushes are made from plants, meaning they can return to the earth when you no longer use them.
Handle & heads:
Option 1: Add to your home compost bins. The bristles will compost in 3-4 months, and the handles will take longer due to the thickness, once broken down, remove any remaining metal.
Option 2: Remove the wire and add it to your kerbside garden waste/FOGO bins.
Option 3: Combine both methods: If metal is too difficult to remove, add the head to the compost bin and handle to the kerbside garden bin.
Take to scrap metal recycling facility.
Thank you for reducing your plastic waste, we’re sending you high fives!
Designed and Owned, with♡, in Australia. Made responsibly in China.
I began my toxin-free and sustainable journey when my newborn (Gracie) developed rashes using ‘mainstream’ skincare products. Determined to help my daughter, I dedicated my time to research product labelling. I was horrified to discover how many harmful ingredients regular hygiene- and household items contained (and it is safe to say that I became a bit of a toxin-free nerd).
When I researched and tested toxin-free products, I saw a high amount of vendors still producing top quality products in plastic containers. This created a sore spot in my heart and fire in my belly to only provide products that are safe for you and our planet. Being an online store, we guarantee that your orders are packed with zero plastic and delivered through Sendle, who compensate the amount of carbon dioxide used when shipping by investing equally in restoring ecosystem projects.
From stinky garlic face masks, extremely ‘turmericy’ drinks & deodorant that stains clothes, I have gone above and beyond to make sure that I test and personally LOVE each product that Go for Zero sells.
Go For Zero is more than a store. We are a community of like-minded people that are not willing to compromise their health nor their planet. It is our mission is to educate and motivate people to make positive changes. Our team will continue to work hard each day to find options that are good for you and the planet. We understand that removing toxins and waste from your life is a journey that does not happen overnight, but we’re here to make it that little bit easier and enjoyable. Keep going, we’ve got this!
Thank you for your trust in us,
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It doesnt just look stunning , it works extremely well. And on top of that I know that I support our planet by choosing green and toxic free materials for me, my family and the planet. Keep up the good work. Love your products.
I bought this instead of the more typical shaped bottle brush thinking it would give a better scrub. It does not. The bulbous head does wash under the neck of bottles, but it also means it can only fit into bottles of certain size. The core of the bristles is soft instead of stiff so you can only apply gentle forces as the brush bends easily, and avoid using on anything that has sharp metal bits. I used this to try and wash my bottle blender cap and it can shred on the blades- so be more gentle with it. Overall is does clean bottles and I will keep using it, but I will probably also buy a traditional bottle brush some time soon.