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.
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I bought this as a possible toilet brush replacement—but as others have said— it’s just too flexible to get any power behind the scrub. So it’s turned out to be a no go. With a stronger core it would be terrific.
I'm a long time user of those cylindrical sponge bottle cleaners. They have a lot of surface area to make contact with your brush, are easy to maneuver, and quick to dry. But they're not eco-friendly, so I wanted to switch to this coconut fiber bottle brush. I was hesitant because of the many reviews that said it was too flexible, and gave in too much when pressed against the sides of the bottle you're trying to wash. I figured, what the heck, I'll try anyways. Unfortunately, it's true- it's too flexible to get any real scrubbing power in. I'm not even trying to wash off lasagna residue off these bottles- just oils from coffee, but it just doesn't get a good scrub. The other issue is the shape- the brush is too narrow, so it doesn't make contact with the bottle very well. I end up spending too much time using the small bent head to make sure I cover every inch of the inside of the bottle. I will still continue to use this instead of buying another sponge-based bottle brush, but I would love a Version 2.0 of this brush where the center metal rod is more stiff, but the fibers are more flexible and longer, so that it can not only fit in through the opening of a bottle, but actually get some nice scrubbing power on the walls of the bottle. It would even be helpful if two sizes were offered- there doesn't have to be one versatile size for bottles of all sizes.
This bottle brush doesn’t fit into the glad milk bottle and another bottle I had bought it for. It’s a bit clumsy to be honest. I hope you make some thinner ones with just a straight thin brush. I know I’ll use this for something and I’m glad it contributes to a sustainable planet.
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!
I wish the handle was a bit longer so that it would actually reach the bottom of my water bottles. Also, the tip is too wide to fit my bottle. However, It does clean my reusable silicone bags pretty well, so there's that.
I'm disappointed that the wire bends so much. I apply any pressure to my scrubbing and it bends away. Wanted to use this to clean out coffee dispenser but doesn't let me scrub the sides. Even in the most obvious application of cleaning my travel coffee mugs, it just bends and doesn't apply much scrubbing pressure to the sides. The bristles are great and I wish it were more usable!