Long Bottle Brush - Wood/Coconut Fibers
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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.
Need a shorter brush? Check out the smaller cup brush here.
This brush does a much better job than the plastic ones I have had. The unusual shape and density makes it especially effective scrubbing hard to reach nooks and crannies.
I use this for cleaning narrow thermoses and containers. I even works to descale the kettle with vinegar and the tip is narrow enough to get in tight corners of containers. (Dont leave the brush soaking in vinegar though) Sometimes the bristles shed a little bit with use but that is to be expected. Looks cool next to with my other accessories too.
It cleans the insides of thermos, water bottles and more. I've been looking for this for a while. I'm glad I found it.
Got this bottle brush with some other dish brushes and block soap and they work great! The brush fits really well in both my wide-mouth and narrow-mouth Nalgenes, and reaches all the way to the bottom. It does bend a bit, but it just takes some getting used to!
Arrived quickly and the eco packaging was very much appreciated and protected my order. I will be composting all the packaging in my compost pile. Brush works well and, with some elbow grease, was able to get the coffee stains out of my stainless steel mug. Works perfect for everyday bottle cleaning.
I've used this on everything from Champaign flutes to plastic water bottles. It cleans well and seems to last a very long time! I also appreciate that it's much longer and much hardier than anything I could find at some big-box-store, so you can really scrub those nooks and crannies.