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Plastic-free Wooden Dish Brush with Reusable Head
Plastic-free Wooden Dish Brush with Reusable Head
Plastic-free Wooden Dish Brush with Reusable Head
Plastic-free Wooden Dish Brush with Reusable Head

Plastic-free Wooden Dish Brush with Reusable Head

Plastic Free
Vegan Friendly
Zero Waste

Alternative for: plastic washing-up brush

This plastic-free dish brush by Keller is made from FSC certified wood and has tampico bristles. Tampico is sourced from a type of Mexican cactus. The handle is designed to be reused, so when the head wears out pop it in the compost (it's 100% biodegradable) and buy just a replacement head.

Packaging: None

End of Life: Biodegradable, metal can be recycled

 Recommended by Isabel M.

"This plastic-free switch is unlikely to save you any money, but this brush gets the job done and with a reusable handle goes towards an overall reduction in our waste."

Advantages...

  • 100% plastic-free
  • Durable brush that gets the job done
  • Handle can be reused many times, as the brush head is replaceable
  • All parts are biodegradable or recyclable (metal clips)
  • Made from FSC certified sustainable wood 
  • Suitable for Vegans

Disadvantages...

  • Allow to dry between use
  • Sourcing replacement heads can be tricky

Costs...

Handle with 1 brush head is ~£4. Replacement heads are ~£2. 

This is significantly more expensive than our old plastic washing-up brushes: 95p from IKEA.

Where to Buy...

Buy the handle (with the first head) online at &Keep or Booblou

Buy the replacements heads from Boobalou

A similar (and cheaper) wooden brush is also available from Robert Dyas and you may find that your local hardware store or market stall stock similar natural brushes.

This information is provided as a guide only and is accurate to the best of our knowledge.

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