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This wooden dish scrub brush has firm and durable coconut fiber bristles, making it a perfect choice for cleaning pots and pans. This dish brush is completely compostable at the end of its life, making it a sustainable alternative to plastic scrubbers.
Pairs nicely with our dish soap block (pictured).
Use & Care
Store upright (bristles pointing down) away from water in between uses.
To improve the longevity of your brush, do not let it soak in water for an extended period of time.
Boil as needed to sterilize.
Made of beechwood plant-based sisal bristles.
Designed in Seattle. Made in China by a small company with good working conditions. Their ISO certification is ISO 9001:2008, meaning they have appropriate and effective quality management systems in place and are constantly increasing efficiency. RoHS compliant, meaning they don't use specific hazardous materials banned by the EU. They have a third party inspection service, and are compliant with SGS.
End of Life
I've had my handheld pot scrubber for less than a month now and I am concerned about the durability of this product. I store my brush upright and away from water as the use and care instructions dictate; however, the wooden handle is cracked near the bristles and the bristles keep falling out. I hope this is simply part of a break in process and the pot scrubber will last for months to come. The scrubber does tackle grease and burnt food extremely well and provides a great soapy lather!
Thanks so much for sharing your experience with this product! Your feedback is really useful - we'll be sure to pass it along to the manufacturer to improve the product in the future. There's certainly some fine-tuning that comes along with creating a durable biodegradable product!
Also - I realized upon reading your message that it might not have been clear in our original instructions that upright in this case means bristles pointing down, handle facing up! So I do want to clarify that in case you thought we meant bristles pointing upright, which could result in the wood near where the bristles attach to deteriorate more quickly from water, causing bristles to loosen or fall out.
I hope this helps! Feel free to email us if you have any additional questions/concerns!
Summer from Eco Collective
This scrubber is super effective especially on pans with burnt bits and a great replacement for steel wool/Brillo pads!
It’s super stiff at first but relaxes a bit after some use so works perfectly! Works great in tandem with the loofah
Works so well on hard to clean stuff and works great to hold suds from a bar of dish soap. Love it.
Great little scrubber! Super tough on stuff that's burnt/stuck on pots and pans.