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Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush
Wooden Dish Brush

Wooden Dish Brush

$11.00

It`s time to ditch that wasteful plastic brush and clean your dishes guilt-free.

This Wood Dish Brush is a perfect plastic-free alternative for your kitchen. Great for brushing, cleaning dishes, pots, and sinks.

The head is replaceable so you can save the handle and reduce your waste when the brush wears out. Shop our replacement head here. Perfectly pairs with our zero waste dish soap.

Size: 9 inch x 1.55 inch x 1.95 inch

Color: Natural

  • Detachable head
  • Vegan
  • Plastic-free
  • Package-free
  • Zero-waste
  • Plant fibers
  • Sustainable & compostable 
  • Suitable for kitchens and bathrooms

The handle is made of sustainable German beech wood and the bristle of the brush is made of sisal (a Mexican plant agave with large fleshy leaves).

Sisal is a thick hard fiber, wear-resistant, and very easy to clean. 

Maintenance: To prevent cracks, do not leave the wood part soaking in water. After use, rinse the sisal bristle with clean water and hang dry naturally. 

Once worn out, the wooden head and sisal bristle can be 100% composted or buried in the backyard. All metal staples can be recycled in a metal recycling bin.

Customer Reviews

Based on 85 reviews
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Ellie McAlexander
Great for quickly washing dishes.

I love my new dish brush and it was a simple transition from our precious plastic one. Highly recommend!

A
Ashley

Scrub a sub dub! Works great!

D
Danielle Ingram
Love

Love

A
Abby
Really Love It

My new go to!

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Kolin Newby
Good Product, could use some adjustment

This brush is good quality, but there are a few things about it that make it difficult to recommend. For one, the long handle and angle of the brush make it a little difficult to wash the bottom of pots with as the handle gets in the way. Another, when I first got it in the mail, I was unsure how to remove the brush for replacement so I tried just pulling it off. This pulled the metal wire frame out of the wooden handle, which I fixed with some epoxy, but there was no clear instruction on how to replace the head. Other than that, this is a quality brush that does a good job with scrubbing what it can reach.