It does exactly what it’s supposed to: it gets real foamy and lathery! It also smells amazing and I love that it’s a Seattle company.
Smells sooo good and a little goes a long way! I’m glad I’ll be saving money in the long run by using this
I absolutely love this soap block! It smells fantastic and only takes a small amount to get a nice lather. It’s very gentle on the hands but my favorite part is the scent! I’m waiting for the stone to come back in stock.
Even though this soap says it's lemongrass scented, it smells like straight up fruit loops! It is effective once you get enough on your cloth/sponge, but that does take some. It's lasted me about 1.5 months of handwashing dishes and I would say I have 1/2-2/3 of the bar left. It's not a bad price for the amount you get, and if you like the scent, you'll be satisfied!
I love this soap! Cleans well, smells lovely, use it as hand soap in the kitchen too. And as someone who enjoys the ritual is cleaning..the soap and eco scrubber are fun!
I've always tried to write out on paper what's in season and when. This wheel makes it so much easier and is much more comprehensive when I can't simply go to a farmers market. It's also very pretty and has me noticing many other fruits and vegetables that I didn't even know were local to the PNW. I've only had this for about a month but would never want to live anywhere without it.
The back of it also has loads of extra information about seasonality and when things are commercially available if the front doesn't have everything you need.
Mine is pinned up very simply with a thumbtack in drywall in my kitchen.
I always wanted to know what was in season monthly and this is the guide! I have it on the same hook as the wall calendar and can refer to it when shopping and planning the garden!
Perfect for my reusable face rounds! Eco Collective made the process of buying and picking up easy despite these COVID times.
Ive been having a hard time hydrating myself in quarantine, and a friend suggested I get a straw to trick myself into drinking more water (because apparently I'm a child lol). So instead of buying a pack of plastic ones, I bought 2 of these bad boys and I love them! Highly recommended
I purchased this bottle brush specifically to clean my hummingbird feeders. The brush was too big to get inside the bottle. Bummer.
Hi Lesley, thank you for your feedback! I'm so sorry the brush was the wrong size for your intended purpose. I've clarified the language on the product description, and hopefully this will help future customers. - Eco Collective Support
I was excited to find this brush, but unfortunately it broke where the wood connects to the metal after less than a month of use. Thankfully it wasn't too pricey!
Love the ethical and sustainable manufacturing of this product so it's worth it even if it's not 100% perfect! The bristles are definitely firm, so it can double as a scouring material if you need! But also a bit harsh on plastic bottles (I bet they'll soften with use though), so just need to be delicate or it will scratch them up (washing the inside of my Nalgene bottle, for example). I also wish that there was more material along the wirey bottom of it because I can see why other comments felt it was a bit flimsy. But if you're delicate with it, I think it will hold up nicely! Gets the job done for sure! I use with a solid bar of castile soap and ta da! Vegan friendly, palm free, and ethical products are the move in 2020 y'all!
This brush is so useful for getting inside jars and containers with small openings. Because the bristles are so stiff, it cleans really well. My only complaint is that it bends really easily. (I did not find that this has impaired my ability to clean with it in any way though).
This has been a great brush to have in the sink. The bristles are nice and stiff, so it works really well -- even on things that aren't bottles!
This dish brush is effective and I love that the handle lets me keep my hands out of the hot water/soap (very helpful for sensitive skin/eczema!) I will say after a few uses I started to see cracks in the wood of the brush head but it seems to have little effect besides making the bristles slightly more flexible. It pairs super well with the handheld pot scrubber and I'm loving these additions to my eco-friendlier kitchen!
I’ve had this brush for about 3 months now, using it daily. Bristles haven’t worn down much and it’s in good condition overall. The handle however sucks! Within about a month and half of using it, the brush head was getting wobbly as the metal part that holds the brush head was pulling out of the handle. Then just last week the metal part of the handle which hold the brush head in place just totally fell out of the handle (see pic). I was able to shove it back in and give it a few bangs, but it’s still very wobbly. I really thought the handle would last for hopefully years, not months. Pretty disappointed. The brush head itself is very good though.
Love this brush; it's soft enough for all my dishes, but thick enough bristles to keep its shape and remove grime. Really happy with this and like the grip. Mad I didn't switch sooner!
These have been great for cleaning food off our cast iron and carbon steel pans. The bristles are just stiff enough to remove any stuck on bits but soft enough to work into all the corners.
Can scrub hard with it when drier and gentle when wet. Really happy with it and it is holding up nicely:)
Have been using botanical loofahs as bath sponges for a few years now and I love them. Exfoliating, gentle, and they dry out quickly which is a blessed quality for a sponge to have. The first one that I observed falling apart after thousands of back scrubs split open and is transforming from a useful cylindrical sponge to a useful flat scrubbing pad.
Cut in half to use as dish scrubber. Softens like a frosted mini wheat when wet so more pliable. Works great and dries nicely between uses.
I like that it feels exfoliating, but not harsh on my skin. Great quality and very affordable. Once mine aged out, I kept it as a bath tub scrubber.
This was my first attempt at a plastic free dish washing tool. It took a few tries to kind of soften the loofah a bit and figure out how to use it, but overall I'm satisfied with how it cleans my dishes. It's definitely different from a kitchen sponge - it won't be super useful for wiping off surfaces but it does have more scrubbing power in my opinion. And it still holds onto soap. I'll probably buy one of the wood handle dish scrubbers when my loofah starts falling apart, but I'll happily compost it when that day comes :)
I purchased 4 of the mason jar pumps to use as bathroom soap and kitchen soap dispensers. Two of them broke within 2 days. I sent an email to the company right away, no response! Not happy. Don't buy these!
Thank you for reaching out - I apologize for the poor performance of this product and the communication error! It seems our reply to your original email might not have made it to your attention.
We have reached out to the vendor to notify them of the issue, and are currently testing samples of alternative mason jar pumps. We appreciate your feedback, as it allows us to constantly be improving our product offerings! I'm glad we had the chance to connect personally to resolve the issue, and hope you're doing well.
Eco Collective Support
Works well, very convenient
I still love this but it gets stuck in the down position and hard for the little kids to pull up to pump themselves. Darn, I wish it worked smoother.