With a Moso bamboo handle and medium-weight agave fiber bristles, it's ideal for general dishwashing.
Replaces: plastic dish brushes Can be used for general dishwashing as well as loosening stuck-on food For heavily stuck-on food and thick stains, try our dish brush, vegetable fiber bristles are stiffer and better designed to tackle heavier grains.
Multi-purpose: the hand brush can also be used on vegetables that need a good cleaning!
Longevity: Each brush can be used for up to 3 months. Be careful not to immerse or soak the wooden parts in water. Hang it up to dry or put it in a dry place after using it.
If you find that your brush doesn't stay dry, dip the bristles in vinegar occasionally to help kill bacteria. Bamboo is naturally antibacterial, but vinegar will also help.
Keep using this brush until the bristles stop working, then compost or bury in the garden or dispose of it in a green waste bin. Stop using the brush and replace it if you see mold appear.
Storage and Maintenance: To reduce cracking, keep wooden parts dry and do not soak or immerse them in water. Cracking is normal for wooden brushes if you tend to wet the wooden parts. If you regularly immerse your dish brushes in water, you can oil them to reduce the risk of cracking.
Place them in a completely dry place: hang them up to dry or put them in a completely dry place after using them. Do not rest the brush on top of your solid dish soap between dishwashing sessions, the natural bristles will absorb excess water and cause the handle to crack.
Please note: some companies offer "durable" brushes with plastic bristles. Our handles are made from bamboo and our bristles are made from agave fiber, making this brush 100% compostable.
Durability: Moso bamboo, known as giant bamboo or lumber bamboo, has been used for centuries to make buildings, flooring and cooking tools. Young shoots are often prepared in Asian dishes. The plant bristles are made from agave fibers lightly coated with a wood-safe coating to reduce cracking and splitting - FSC certified.
AGAVE FIBER: Agave fiber bristles are grown, harvested, sun-dried and processed in Mexico using traditional techniques to ensure a high quality, strong natural fiber.
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