An eco friendly dish brush with a long wooden handle, making it (and you) a dab hand at cleaning pots and pans without leaving scratches. Having used the coconut scouring rings and seen the effectiveness of coconut husk as a cleaning material, I thought I would give this coconut dish brush a try. It works really well and is an excellent alternative to a throwaway scourer for washing-up greasy, heavily soiled pots and pans.
Made to last from highly durable coconut and FSC timber. Approximately 25cm long.
Rinse well after use. For an extra clean, pop into a bowl and soak in hot water or run through your dishwasher. The brush will lose a few of the coconut fibres over the first couple of uses, after which it will stop 'moulting'.
About Eco Coconut
Made ethically in Sri Lanka from sustainably farmed coconut fibre (or coir as it is more commonly known) which is wrapped around a stainless steel wire with an FSC accredited timber handle. Coir is a natural fibre extracted from between the hard internal shell of the coconut and the outer coat of the coconut. As well as being totally natural, the bristles on this brush are also naturally antibacterial, free from toxic chemicals, recyclable and biodegradable.
End of Life
The brush is recyclable and biodegradable at end of life. I popped the head of my old one on the compost heap, and used the handle as fire wood.