EcoCoconut Bottle Brush

A multi-purpose bottle brush made from coconut husk fibre. Non-scratching, non-toxic and completely plastic free, you can use this brush to clean baby bottles, wine glasses or your reusable water bottles. With a long FSC certified timber handle, it's designed to get into hard to reach places. Naturally antibacterial, the coconut fibre will cut through grease and lift mould for a thorough clean. 

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$7.50

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(4,3/5)
15 rating(s) - 15 review(s)
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you are making a difference:

  • EcoCoconut was created to give people the opportunity to choose biodegradable and sustainable coconut based products over plastic.
  • Free from toxic chemicals.
  • Plastic free, including packaging. 

features:

  • Non-scratching.
  • Highly durable.
  • Naturally antibacterial.
  • Designed to get into hard to reach places.
  • Cuts through tough grease and lifts mould.
  • FSC accredited timber handle.
  • Bristles are made from sustainably farmed coconut husks.
  • Recyclable metal wire. 

materials:

Coconut fibre, steel wire, FSC timber.

Made sustainably and ethically in Sri Lanka.

33cm long. 

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    By on 28 Apr. 2019 (EcoCoconut Bottle Brush) :
    (5/5

    Chief bottle washer says YES

    Great value for money product. No plastic. Coconut fibres are compostable.

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    By on 24 Apr. 2019 (EcoCoconut Bottle Brush) :
    (4/5

    Fantastic!

    A great zero-waste brush to use to really scrub your bottles clean. Sometimes you can get the odd fibres falling off, but i know that if i use it gently it will last a long time! very happy.

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    By on 15 Apr. 2019 (EcoCoconut Bottle Brush) :
    (3/5

    Good bottle brush with few plastic free alternatives

    As per other reviews I found this brush took some getting used to as it has short bristles and therefore doesn’t touch all surfaces of a bottle. So you need to rely on the bent bit at the bottom to get to all the bits that need cleaning (Don’t try and unbend it! I broke my first one of these trying to do that). In saying that there are few other plastic free alternatives out there and I find it does the job reasonably well.

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