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

Wooden Dish Brush

"Love this brush! Works wonderfully for cleaning everything." - Myra

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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

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Katrina
Better than a Plastic Brush, Lasted 6 Months

This dish brush lasted about 6 months with regular use. I'm sure that this amount of time will vary, although I think ours lasted towards the lower end of its possible lifespan because my dad did not treat this dish brush gently at all. I would still prefer it over a plastic dish brush because those are not biodegradable and rarely have replaceable heads. Make sure to shake out the water and leave the bristles facing down after each use to let the water drain off. Do not let this dish brush sit in water long-term because it is wood. Ultimately, the downfall of this dish brush was due to the fact that the handle is made up of smaller pieces of wood glued together lengthwise. After many months, the wooden handle split along these separate pieces of wood. The handle would have lasted much longer had it been a carved handle made of a single piece of wood because the glue will likely be the first part of the brush to become damaged. I would prefer to pay a few bucks more for a handle made of a single piece of wood because I think that it would cost less in the long run.

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Monica Kieffer
Great Dish Brush

I love the wooden dish brush. It it very well made and has lasted better than a wooden dish brush from another company. It is sturdier than the plastic ones I’ve used in the past. I bent the ring on the end to make a hook so I could hang in on the dish rack.

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Melissa muntz

Wooden Dish Brush

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Anonymous
Love it

It’s beautiful and cleans great.

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Susan becker

I love this brush, my only idea for improvement would be to have bristles coming out in more directions.