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Coconut Dish Brush with Wooden Handle

Coconut Dish Brush with Wooden Handle

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  • Safe on non-stick fry pans
  • Non Scratch
  • Naturally Antibacterial
  • Great on hard surfaces
  • Easily removes mould
  • Free from toxic chemicals
  • Biodegradable
  • Sustainable
Plastic Free Cruelty Free Vegan

Why we love it

We saw how amazing the idea of coconut fibre scourers in place of plastic ones were and decided to make our own! We love this product because it’s so durable for all types of surfaces and washing up as well as being biodegradable. We also love that it’s a scourer with a handle, so the hard bristles of the coconut fibre don’t hurt soft hands.

Coconut fibre has natural antibacterial and water-resistant qualities which make it an ideal cleaning material. It can be used with any cleaning agent on any hard surface. It will cut through tough grease and is safe on non-stick pans.

Extra Goodness

Our coconut scourer is made from sustainably farmed coconut husk’s (outside of dried coconuts), wrapped around a metal wire core with a sustainable beechwood handle.

Beech trees grow very fast and are replanted after each one is cut. The coconut husk is a by-product of the coconut harvesting process and is considered renewable and sustainable since new crops of coconuts can be regrown repeatedly from the same trees.

For more information on our Eco-Labels please click here!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
J Rogerson
Coconut Dish Brush with Wooden Handle

This is a poor copy of a coir fibre dish brush, bought from a shop, that has lasted me two years. The poor design of this coconut brush, being completely straight, means it is unergonomic and uncomfortable to use; there should be a curve in the head to allow access to corners in mugs, bowls, etc, and to allow more than just the tip of the brush head to have contact with a plate. (Just think of the shape of a good-quality plastic dish brush with angled head.) The 6-inch handle is cumbersome (should be 4 inches), the shape is not ergonomic and the rope loop is in the way so was cut off. I bought two of these brushes thinking I was on to a good thing, but I am going to put the second one in a charity shop. I often do wonder if the person designing these everyday items has actually ever washed a dish.

Hilary Bonney
Fell apart after a couple of weeks

It's an excellent brush head for washing up but it is not well attached to the wooden handle

Fell apart

Used this brush for about a week when the wire/ brush part started coming out of the wooden handle. Both of the wire parts came out of their holes so it’s been thrown away. Would not recommend and will not be buying again unfortunately.

Belle Atkins
going nuts over brush

this brush is very well made and does a great job of washing up

Great tool

The wooden handle makes this an even better cleaning tool. It is sturdy and really cleans well. Will definitely be reordering when the time comes.