Eco Max Large Bottle Brush, Eco Friendly and Sustainable, Perfect for Large Bottles
This sustainable, environmentally friendly Bottle Brush is biodegradable and perfect for the kitchen to clean those hard to reach places in bottles. Ideal for large drinking bottles.
Ethically handmade in Sri Lanka from Coco Fibre ( a waste products from Coconuts) and Galvanised Wire.
Dimensions: 30cm long x 4.5cm width (widest point)
Note: If any fibres fall out when new don't worry that's extra fibres left in from when it's made.
The Eco Max Range of Brushes are environmentally-friendly, biodegradable and entirely handmade so kind to the planet and environment.
Using Fair Trade principles all the handmade components use natural unbleached materials, such as the Alistonia timber and sisal or waste products, such as the coco fibre from coconut husks and rubberwood, a waste product from rubber production. Even the sealant used on the timber is a non-toxic toy paint sealer so it’s animal and child-friendly and the wire is galvanised so it won’t rust.
The Eco Max Range can be put into your compost bin where they will breakdown naturally leaving only a piece of wire to recycle.
Clean your bottles then rinse clean, shake and hang to dry.
Coco Fibre and Galvanised Wire
Does the jobBy: Jodi on 11 June 2019I didn't want to buy a plastic bottle brush so this was a good alternative. The bristles are tough and scrub well athough the metal rod is a bit flimsy so hard to get good pressure on the wall of the bottle you're cleaning. I only use bottles for water so it's not a big deal for me but if you have other ingredients which stick you may have issues. The bristles are great for scrubbing the dirt off potatoes as well.
Fantastic investmentBy: Zahara Khanan'al on 23 April 2019The bottle brush works great, there was a little shedding of the material the first few days, but afterwards it was fine.
Can actually reach the bottom of things!By: Clare Sullivan on 5 April 2019Great scrubbing brush, easily reaches the bottom of all my drink bottles etc. Fibres are a bit stiff so it can take a bit of force to get it through the necks of bottles, but works well.