Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera
Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle - Veri Vera

Fiber Dish Brush - Long Handle

Regular price $10.95
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Swap plastic dish brushes in the kitchen with our 100% biodegradable beechwood and sisal fiber dish brush.

The head is removable and replaceable. Bundle with refill heads to save! Our kitchen brush has a beechwood handle with sisal fiber (agave plant) bristles. Minimally fastened together with a metal wire & metal loop to hang to dry.
  • Size: Brush with handle is 9" in length.
  • Hang to dry in between uses, on a dry towel, or elevated to allow bristles to drain.
  • Never leave submerged in water as it will wear on the wood causing it to crack or may cause the natural bristles to fall out.
  • Heads last about 6 months and handle last a couple of years.
  • Wood is naturally antimicrobial, but if you need to clean your brushes, clean bristles with vinegar to kill bacteria. 
  • Brush Head Replacement: Pinch the wires together near the head of the brush and slide the small circular metal piece down to remove old brush head- you may need pliers the first time you change it. Slide a new brush head on and slide the metal piece back to its original position to hold it tight. 
  • How to Dispose: Heads can be demoted to household cleaning than home composted. Metal parts can be scrap recycled.
  • Sustainable Packaging and Shipping
  • Our products are shipped with zero plastic in recycled paper boxes or with kraft paper or compostable peanuts as padding.