Wooden Dish Washing Brush
We use this wooden dish washing brush to wash glasses, plates, and pans. Very practical with its hanging hook to properly drain the brush. Diameter: 4 cm, Length: 24 cm.
Little tip: Protect the wood of your brush every 6 months with a thin layer of linseed oil. Hang to dry.
We sell the dish brush refill separately.
This brush is made of natural fibers (agave from Mexico) and untreated beech from local sustainably managed forests. The head is replaceable, no need to change the handle!
Western European manufacturing.
We have other zero waste kitchen gear in the Tiny Yellow Bungalow shop including bamboo pot scrapers, loofah dish scrubbers, Savon de Marseille dish soap, and compostable bottle brushes.
We also have saucepan dish scrubbers in the shop, AND compostable loofah dish scrubbers. There are plenty of zero waste dish washing options for you in our shop! All of these dish scrubbing options are compostable and plastic free.
If you’re new to zero waste, be sure to head over to the Tiny Yellow Bungalow blog and read our blog post, Beginner’s Guide to Zero Waste!
Lastly, for more great zero waste tips, check out our Zero Waste Lifestyle Pinterest board!
Michelle Cahoon (verified owner) –
This scrub brush works great for most cleaning. It gets just soft enough that using in cups works well but still stays hard enough that it can get most things off of plates etc. The bamboo scraper works great for harder things on flat surfaces or the small harder scrubber, both in this shop. I usually soak stuck on stuff for a little bit at least to aid in washing. Replacing the head is easy when it gets worn out.
Molly LaFontaine (verified owner) –
I swapped my dish cloths for this wooden dish brush and love it. It cleans and scrubs all at once so I’ve found my water usage is less. It doesn’t scratch anything but still takes off the grime. Love it!