EcoMax Coconut Fibre Bottle Brush

This bottle brush is ethically handmade in Sri Lanka using biodegradable, environmentally-friendly and natural fibres. Galvanised wire joins the brush together and will not rust. Coconut fibre is naturally anti-bacterial.

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you are making a difference:

  • By purchasing a fair trade product you ensure the workers who hand-make each product are paid fair wages and enjoy a safe and positive working environment.
  • No plastics and biodegrable: natural plant fibre bristles naturally break down and are compostable, leaving only the wire to recycle


  • Brush is made from the husk of the Coconut
  • Naturally anti-bacterial so won't become smelly and mouldy
  • By peeling vegetables before cooking you may loose the vitamins under the skin. Forget about peeling, scrub instead!
  • Chemical free
  • Long lasting - bristles don't bend and flatten like nylon bristles do
  • Vegan friendly

care and use:

Rinse clean, shake and hang to dry.

dimensions and materials:

Coconut fibre and galvanised wire.
Brush is 15cm long included metal handle
Brush head is pproximately 3cm in diameter

Ethically handmade in Sri Lanka.

By on 11 Apr. 2019 (EcoMax Coconut Fibre Bottle Brush) :


The only downside is the end of the brush gets blunter quite quickly and in my opinion - this is the bit you need the most in a bottle brush. Great thing is that it can be put into the compost to degrade, and you'll pull out just the stainless steel handle which can then be fully recycled.

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By on 15 Feb. 2019 (EcoMax Coconut Fibre Bottle Brush) :

bit useless

I wanted this to clean baby bottles and glass jars. The wire frame is too flimsy so the handle bends around a lot, the handle is also too short. The bristly bit is too rigid and doesn't seem to be a good shape to get into the edges at the bottom of bottles and jars. Visible milk residue remained after scrubbing the bottle for a long time. We still have it - I use it to clean the milk frothing whisk from the nespresso, but that's about all I have found it useful for. Great idea but product not well made to achieve effect.

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By on 30 Jan. 2019 (EcoMax Coconut Fibre Bottle Brush) :

Good quality

I have had similar brushes in the past with wooden handles and they have come off. I like that this one is a more durable.

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