Recyclable handmade scrubbing brushes made from vegan and sustainable materials. Completely plastic free, only using rust-free galvanised metal and biodegradable noir coconut bristles.
- Made in Sri Lanka
Biodegradable range of scrubbing brushes that have been handmade in Sri Lanka. They keep a traditional design with tough and rigid coir coconut bristles while staying easy to hold. The core of the brush uses a galvanised metal loop that’s designed to be rust-free. They’re incredibly versatile and can be used for pots, furniture, tiles and decking in and outside the house. The robust and durable design helps it last for as long as possible and once it’s worn out it can be easily recycled. With every brush, support goes towards helping traditional skills and industries - like crop and cottage industries – they even help support workers, ensuring they get fair wages.
Cleaning directions: Rinse thoroughly before first use. Immerse in warm water and use with detergent or water alone. After use, rinse well and shake out excess water and hang to dry from the metal loop.
Available in 3 sizes.
On average people in the UK change their dish sponge at least once every month (they are usually the sponges with the green scouring part on one side), with some changing them after every use 😱 This roughly works out to around 600 million sponges being thrown away in the UK each year and that’s only from domestic use. If you add in businesses use plus every other countries impact around the world that amounts to an eye watering number of kitchen sponges🥺! At SNOAP we are doing what we can where we can – (we not only do sponges - see our Cellulose sponges made from 100% cellulose which is natural wood fibre, that means they are 100% plastic-free - no microplastics! They come compressed – so we reduce their carbon footprint and the space to store), we also have something even better than the green scourer on the back. Our coir or coconut hair brushes are not only, recyclable, handmade and vegan, they are made from sustainable materials too! Together we can reduce plastic pollution without compromising on effectiveness.
Have you got the Bottle? Make that Change 😃