CocoDonut Scourer Pad 2-pack - Coconut Coir/Metal
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These heavy-duty scrub pads are biodegradeable, tough, and the perfect replacement for plastic-based scrub pads.
Made with coconut coir, these won't scratch your dishes, but the medium-hard bristles will tear apart stuck-on food quickly and easily.
They dry quickly and are easy to clean when food gets in the bristles due to the texture and spacing of the coconut coir material.
Scour pad is approximately 3.5" in diameter, the perfect size to fit in your palm!
Each pad will last several months of regular use. Coconut coir is wrapped on a metal wireframe. To dispose of, remove the coir to compost and recycle the wire.
I like the way it fits in my hand and works well scrubbing pots and pans
These palm fiber scrubbers never scratch, and yet they out perform other scrubbers. They make the food debris easily wash away with little effort.
I haven't used the coconut scrub yet as my tough stains were released by the pot brush quite nicely. However, we shall see what the future holds after Thanksgiving because I certainly foresee a need in the future.
The aren't as flexible as the plastic ones, but I know that once they're gone, they won't add to the amount of plastic waste in the land fill and in our water system.
I use these for my hard to clean dishes (looking at you rice pan) a separate one for cleaning my chickens waters and feeders (poop central). Works great for both purposes! I love that when I’m done with it, it’ll bio-degrade and I don’t have to feel guilty about any microplastic pollution.
Works great on pots and pans. We found that rice does stick in the bristles when scrubbing out the rice cooker but there is no perfect way to clean cooked rice and I am happy with the results. It just means we'll have to buy more when they get too gummed up!
I LOVE these scrubbers! They are my go-to (without soap) to scrub up my cast iron and (with soap) for stainless steel. They seem to be a little *too* strong for the non-stick pan I use when cooking eggs, so definitely be careful with that. They seem to last an exceptionally long time and I've dropped them into boiling water every now and again to keep them sanitized and keep them working for me.