Long Bottle Brush - Wood/Coconut Fibers
Need to get into a tight spot to clean? This is the zero waste tool for that job. The bristles are made from coconut husks that are strong and long-lasting and the handle is wood.
Great for tall bottles, baby bottles, coffee pots, and even toilets. If you need it scrubbed and it is long and narrow, this will do the trick!.
This will last from 6 months with heavy use and several years with limited use. We suggest once it is no longer useful in the kitchen, demote it to cleaning toilets and other areas you don't want to share your kitchen brush with.
- 11.5" Long With a Bent 2" Tip
- Flexible and Bendable
- Naturally Microbial. Hang To Dry
- Cotton Loop On Handle
Tips: Hang to dry every time you are done using it to air dry. Never leave it submerged in water for too long as the wood can swell and crack. If you do need to clean it, use some vinegar and water and soak the bristles in for a few minutes then rinse.
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This is a Great addition to washing up! It helps so much in cleaning my glass jars...and the packaging is super. Love it!
I will be ordering again soon!
I don’t use it as much as other products but it has done a great job on my larger water botttles! Would buy again!
We use a lot of jars for food storage. I had a plastic one that would only move around the food stuff and wouldn’t actually clean it. With this amazing tool, I’m able to scrub everything away
I was pleasantly surprised to see that it helps me wash dishes a tad bit faster because of the surface area that it covers. I am also able to wash my stainless steel water bottle in the inside without having to buy a separate bottle scrubber for it. This tool is very durable- I have been using it for almost a month and the bristles are holding up nicely!
Water conservation is awesome. But when you only flush the toilet every few uses, then funky yellow stains collect in the visible neck of the toilet and a normal toilet brush can't reach them. I bought this brush to get into that funky area, and it works wonders! I just pour about a cup of plain white vinegar into the toilet, leave it to sit overnight, then scrub and flush in the morning. It's back to its normal pristine state, and I'm still conserving water! The best of both worlds!
This cleans my long, narrow glass water bottle wonderfully.
We go through a LOT of reusable bottles and tired of buying new plastic bottle brushes whose bristles wear out after a month. Was throwing away a lot of plastic before I found this!