Modular Palm Pot Scrub Brush
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NEW DESIGN! NOW WITH REPLACEABLE SCRUB HEADS!
Plastic dish brushes end up in the landfills and waterways where they break down into microplastics and pollute for hundreds of years. They also have a very low chance of being recycled due to the different types of plastics used in the handle and bristles.
This popular reusable palm brush provides an excellent plant-based alternative that will effortlessly clean your dishes and keep plastics out of our oceans!
The new modular design is even more Earth-friendly with its replaceable scrub heads!
Keep the handle and only replace the worn-out bristles when needed, about every 3-6 months. Stock up for less with the bulk buying options above.
- Wooden Handle & Bristle Fibers Are Plant-Based, All-Natural, & 100% Biodegradable
- Long Lifespan of 3-6 months, the same as plastic brushes!
- Flexible Uses: When The Bristles Start to Remain Soft When Dry, Retire It to a Household Brush and Utilize for Cleaning Tubs, Sinks, Boots, etc.
Pair this Palm Brush with a small Bamboo Soap Dish, the Dishwashing Block, and the Moso Bamboo Soap Dish to make up our 4 Piece Dish Washing Starter Kit!
- Place in Home Compost or Bury in Dirt and Allow the Dish Brush to Biodegrade.
Love that I can replace the head of this small brush. I use it on dishes and vegetables. My sink area looks so nice with wooden soap holder, brush and brush holder.
Love it more than a gross sponge, it does the trick very well. For baked on pots and pans I do have to have it soak a little and then it can scrub most messes off. The scrubber is extra nice because I can finally reach the blades properly on my blender (sponge couldn't do this). Make the change! You'll be happy you did
Works great! Doesn't smell like a regular synthetic sponge
The bristles on this one are very strong, so it will be good to use on my sink or tough food stuck on dishes.
This thing works great on all dishes, no just pots. Works especially well on my wood cutting boards. There is a slight learning curve, but the bristles work great at even getting in all the difficult crevices like those in the lids of reusable glass containers once you get the hang of it.
Easy to use and gets everything nice and clean.