After a home-made feast of home-grown produce, enjoyed with your family and friends, clean the dishes in your craftsteading cottage the environmentally-friendly way. This bamboo dish-scrubbing brush features an ergonomic design. The wooden handle is smooth and comfortable to hold. It protects your hands, and gives you great leverage for tough scrubbing. The natural bamboo bristles will not crack, and they’re far more environmentally friendly than plastic. They are stiff but flexible, and designed to handle heavy duty cleaning. Ideal for scrubbing dirt off a variety of surfaces.
Uses: Bamboo brushes are excellent for cleaning cleaning cast iron skillets, baking trays, steel pots, pans, dishes, sinks, vegetables, food storage containers, tile, floors,carpet, upholstery, your kitchen, baths and more.
Easy to clean: Just need to wash these brushes with mild detergent and let them air dry.
Space saving: The top handle is designed with lanyard,easy to hang and save space.
100% brand new
Materials: Bamboo and wood
Size: approx. 25cm/9.84in (These are hand-made, so please allow 0-1 cm difference in measurement. This is what makes hand-made products unique.)
1 x Bamboo dish scrubbing brush with wooden handle (demo accessories in the pictures are not included.)
About bamboo fiber:
These brushes are hand-made, generally from Moso bamboo. The moso bamboo species is not part of pandas’ diet, and it can grow fast – up to 1 metre (3 feet) per day. As a bonus, it uses more carbon dioxide and releases more oxygen than any other bamboo species. Moso bamboo does not require any pesticides or fertiliser.
Humans use millions of plastic scrubbing brushes every year, and when we’ve finished with them we throw them away. They end up in the ocean or in landfills, as a source of environmental pollution that threatens our health and the health of the planet. That’s why natural bamboo brushes have the advantage.
Plastic scrubbing brushes can take between 100 and 1,000 years to completely break down. When plastic is immersed in water, it decomposes into smaller pieces of plastic, until they become what we call microplastics, so small as to be almost invisible. Fish and other marine animals must drink this plastic-infused water. They can also easily mistake plastic for food. They may starve to death. If they live, what they eat ends up in their flesh, so that when we eat them, it enters our bodies too. This is how plastic enters our food chain. Plastic can be toxic: it’s not meant to be eaten.
One solution to all this plastic pollution is bamboo. It’s organic, and vegan. Bamboo brushes are now widely available, because they benefit the environment, and therefore your health. Bamboo is naturally antibacterial.
Bamboo is compostable and biodegradable, because it’s completely natural plant material. Unlike plastic, bamboo does not contain potentially dangerous chemicals that can contaminate your body and the environment.