The natural fibre ECOMAX Premium Dish Brush, with its attractive stripped coconut fibre head and comfort-grip, curved timber handle, makes being eco-friendly simple.
The ECOMAX Dish Brush is a great, long-lasting, sustainable alternative to plastic dish brushes, cleaning without scratching and naturally antibacterial, this dish brush will ensure you are part of the solution to stop micro plastics making their way into our oceans.
Plastic free. Biodegradable. Vegan. Fair Trade. Zero Waste.
- Plastic free – means zero microplastic pollution
- Ethically Handmade – supporting women producers in Sri Lanka
- Vegan Certified – no hidden animal products
- Eco-friendly plastic free packaging – printed with vegetable inks on FSC-certified paper
- 100% natural coconut fibre – made from the outer husk of mature coconuts, a by-product of the coconut industry
- Long-lasting – coconut fibre keeps its shape, strength and scrubability
- Naturally Antibacterial – always smells fresh and mould free
- Non-greasy – fats and oils don’t congeal on the surface, they simply wash off
- Non-Abrasive – Will not scratch surfaces
- Ergonomic Handle – fits comfortably in the palm of your hand
- FSC certified wood – sustainably sourced plantation timber
- Non-toxic Sealant – stops mould and discolouration of your timber handle
- Galvanised Wire – so your brush will never rust
- Biodegradable – Compost to breakdown naturally
Perfect for cleaning:
For everyday dishwashing, including pots and pans, plates and cutlery. Coconut fibre is gentle enough to clean without scratching surfaces such as enamelware, stainless steel, cast iron, timber breadboards and non-stick pans. Yet tough enough for scrubbing off baked on food and stubborn stains
The bristles easily get into hard-to-reach places – micro-graters, mesh strainers, thermomix and stove tops.
Care of brush:
Rinse and place in your dish rack to dry.
End of life:
Once your dish brush has reached the end of its life, throw it in the compost bin to breakdown naturally. No need to remove the wire, the coconut fibres will be eaten by micro-organisms, the timber handle and cotton cord will decompose over time and the remaining wire can be recycled when the compost is spread.