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!
I bough the 8 oz blue bottle. It works amazingly. The pump is easy to use. I put my oil makeup remover in this bottle.
Since these filters are a set of two, they're extremely cost effective compared to a box of 100 disposable filters, which I usually find for $10-12. However, the second I started using this filter, I wondered why this product exists... I already composted my disposable filters, so this product makes me do the same thing but in a more difficult way. I still have to compost the grounds, but instead of just picking up the paper filter filled with wet grounds and plopping it into the compost bucket, now I have to take a still-hot cloth filter (because the coffee stains set in the longer you let it sit, I figured out), gingerly turn it inside out over the compost bin so I don't fling grounds everywhere, try to shake some out, and then use a dull knife to scrape the wet grounds out of the filter. It's impossible to get all the wet grounds off the filter, so some inevitably do go down the drain when I rinse the filter off. Almost every day coffee grounds end up on the floor or the counter, no matter how carefully I do this.
Bottom line: If I use this set of 2 filters for a couple years, I'll have undoubtedly saved money. But at this point, I don't think the mess and hassle of these are worth it compared to spending $12 a couple times a year.
This is the perfect size for a quick on-the-go snack! It fits great in pockets and bags. We use them for dry snacks like nuts and our dogs treats. The material is thick enough to feel sturdy but nicely light weight. Bonus that they’re available in a variety of fun colors!
I assumed they would big enough to put in a sandwich but these are too small to use for anything.
Heavy duty stainless steel ice cube trays include a smooth operating part that works so much better than the old aluminum ones or the awkward and cheap plastic ones. We are delighted with these. I ordered 2.
This thing works better than I even thought it would. Very pleased. I like the brand - I know they're fair trade which is really important to me. This is the only ice cube tray I will need for yeeeeeeaaaaaaars. Worth the extra money. So much easier to use (and not easily breakable) than the silicone/plastic trays. I just bought one, but I go through ice quickly so I have a tuppeware in the freezer where I migrate the ice to right after it freezes so I can keep a lot in stock at once. Also love that the ice cubes are big.
After our silicon ice tray broke, we decided to invest in this ice tray just in time for summer. We love it. Easy fill, you dont need to worry about getting water in every slot. Super fun and easy to get the ice out.
I am so glad you guys have bulk liquid dish soap now! Makes me so happy to refill the last plastic container of dish soap that I purchased! Wonder how long the container will hold up . . . 10, maybe 20 years :-)