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Long Handle Pot Brush - Wood/Metal/Sisal - Zero Waste Outlet
Long Handle Pot Brush - Wood/Metal/Sisal - Zero Waste Outlet

Long Handle Pot Brush - Wood/Metal/Sisal

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This wooden pot brush has a long handle and replaceable scrub heads for the ultimate zero-waste pot scrubber. Sisal bristles provide a sturdy cleaning surface that will remove even the toughest food from your dishes. 

Replaceable heads means that its Eco-friendly and cheaper to use compared to plastic scrub brushes and is easy to replace. 

Easy to clean. The natural sisal bristles are firm, yet release food easily when rinsed with water and massaged with fingers. 

When it is time to replace the head, throw the old head in the compost or bury in the ground to decompose naturally. 

Scrub brush is 9" long

It comes with one brush head. Get replacement scrub heads here

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Hanna A.
I use it for all my dishes

I previously had a dish brush from yeseco and was trying to purchase brush heads from them for months with no luck. I have throw brush a try after reading reviews and love it, first off the bristles are longer and haven’t seemed to cake down like my other brush. I also like the wire design as the issue with wood on wood screw in heads liek the one I had was molding. As with any dish brush you don’t want to leave it soaking in water as it can compromise wood but I simply hang mine after dishes and it dries out perfectly. The handle is a bit thin but not uncomfortable and easy to get used to. Very cost effective and I use it for all my dishes! Gentle enough for everything not just pots. The only thing is it is straight without a angled brush head but I’m sure you could bend the wire if you wanted to that much otherwise the design is efficient.

Aubry V.
Works great!

The handle is smaller than I expected but it works great and seems sturdy.

Jeremi D.
So far so good

I have been using the dish brush for about a week now. The bristles are a good stiffness for scrubbing. I wondered if the thin handle would be uncomfortable to hold while using but that has not been the case. The plastic brush I had before lasted about 1 1/2 years before it broke. I would regularly wash it in the dishwasher to clean it. You can't wash this wooden one in the dishwasher so I am hoping the occasional spritz with a peroxide solution and keeping it exposed to air will prolong its life and keep it from getting too grotty!

Grace S.
Thats better

Its so frustrating to hate your dish brush... plastic that breaks, bristles that warp, or sponges that hold on to moisture and ick. I love this dish brush!! Its a little smaller than expected, but it does its job perfectly. And its actually lovely to look at. We drilled a hook in the cabinet above the sink so it can hang. Can’t speak to longevity, we went ahead and purchased replacement heads so we’re ready when needed.

Michelle B.
Okay wood scrub brush

Trying to cut down on plastic waste, so switched from an oxo dish scrubber with handle. Disappointed that the head on this has warped within a week of use, and the wood is discoloring. Usually I replace scrubber heads every 3 months - I doubt this one will last half that time. Going back to the drawing board for best replacement product.

Rose C.
Flash back

Growing up that’s what was around before the plastic ones. I remember my mom using them, mom always knows best.


This is great for getting my dishes clean. It works well with the dish soap. Great purchase!

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