Our multi-purpose cleaning brush from ecomended, made of sustainably-sourced coconut bristles, is a sustainable and natural option when it comes to cleaning kitchens, bathrooms, dishes, and more.
Our multi-purpose cleaning brush from ecomended, made of sustainably-sourced coconut bristles, is a sustainable and natural option when it comes to cleaning kitchens, bathrooms, dishes, and more.
Our multi-purpose cleaning brush from ecomended, made of sustainably-sourced coconut bristles, is a sustainable and natural option when it comes to cleaning kitchens, bathrooms, dishes, and more.
This all-purpose, sustainably sourced hand brush replaces plastic based dish brushes, which shed tiny pieces of plastic pieces called microplastics. These are not fully filtered out by sewage treatment and they enter into our lakes and rivers. Marine animals ingest these microplastics, bringing them into the food chain when humans eat those animals. 
Bristles made of sustainably-sourced dried coconut husks, wooden handle, cotton lanyard.
No product packaging; for safe transit, we wrap it in paper or reused filler material we have on hand.
Wash thoroughly after use and store in a dry place.
Compost bristles, reuse wooden handle, or burn.
ecomended

Multi-Purpose Coconut Cleaning Brush

Regular price $6.99 $0.00 Unit price per

This multi-purpose cleaning brush from ecomended is a sustainable and natural option when it comes to cleaning kitchens, bathrooms, dishes, and more. Made with sustainably sourced dried coconut husks for the bristles, wooden handle for a comfortable controlled grip and a cotton lanyard for hanging. Bristles are a medium stiffness creating a deep clean without abrasion on pots and pans. These brushes are 100% Plastic & Package Free! 

Dimensions: 7" length x 3" width

About the maker: ecomended is a Tempe, AZ based eco-friendly shop that offers sustainably designed and sourced products for everyday life.  

This all-purpose, sustainably sourced hand brush replaces plastic based dish brushes, which shed tiny pieces of plastic pieces called microplastics. These are not fully filtered out by sewage treatment and they enter into our lakes and rivers. Marine animals ingest these microplastics, bringing them into the food chain when humans eat those animals. 
Bristles made of sustainably-sourced dried coconut husks, wooden handle, cotton lanyard.
No product packaging; for safe transit, we wrap it in paper or reused filler material we have on hand.
Wash thoroughly after use and store in a dry place.
Compost bristles, reuse wooden handle, or burn.

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