The soft bristles of this little sisal dish-brush are kind to your dishes as it cleans them. It’s plastic-free, compostable and biodegradable.
Note that there might be some variations in bristle color, from pale creamy-white to golden yellow, depending on the season in which the agave plants are grown, and variations in hand-processing. Small imperfections add to the charm of these little brushes, without affecting their usefulness.
MATERIALS: Wood, wire and sisal fiber.
PACKING LIST: 1pc
ABOUT SISAL FIBER:
“Sisal” refers to a Mexican agave plant (Agave sisalana) with large fleshy leaves, cultivated for fiber production. It also refers to the fiber extracted from the sisal plant’s leaves. Sisal is native to southern Mexico, but widely cultivated and naturalized in many other countries. Sisal fiber is traditionally used to make rope and twine, and has many other uses, including paper, cloth, footwear, hats, bags, carpets, brushes, and matting.
Sisal bristles are durable. They are also salt and alkali resistant. They resist high temperatures and have strong decontamination ability. They are tough and abrasion-resistant. Sisal brush bristles are moderately soft.