Replace plastic dish brushes in the kitchen with this removable-head dish brush. It has a beachwood handle and brush head, with stiff tampico bristles (agave fiber (vegan) plant bristles). It is held together with silver metal wire, and includes a small wire loop at the end for hanging dry.
Can be used to wash general dishes as well as to loosen stuck on food. Once worn out, the wood and agave parts can be composted or buried in the garden, the silver metal parts can be recycled.
Choose an option: Handle with brush head attached. Or just buy the replaceable brush head.
How to Use
Do not leave any of the wood parts soaking in water, the wood will absorb water and it will cause the wood to swell and crack, or the metal pieces to come out. Hang to dry or place in a dry spot after using it.
If you find your brush head is not staying dry, dip it in vinegar occasionally to help kill bacteria.
The handle should last for a couple years with normal usage. Don't apply undue pressure on the handle or it will break.
Replacing the brush head: The first time, it is a little stiff to bend the wires and you may need to use a pair of pliers to loosen it. (use caution). The subsequent times, you can use strong fingers to squeeze the wires together, loosen the metal grip, and pop off the brush head. Just slide a new brush head on and replace the metal grip that holds it tight.
ABOUT Make Nice
Bonnie started Make Nice Company when she wasn’t able to find an alternative to dish soap in plastic bottles. Her partner and her were switching out body wash and shampoos with zero-waste solid soap alternatives and weren't able to find anything for their dishes. She figured, why not try to make it?