This bamboo soap dish is perfect to store bar soaps, shampoos, conditioners, or sponges for a low-waste household. As bar products are essential to zero waste living, this soap dish is purposefully designed with two layers - one layer to hold and help dry the soap while the other collects water. No more mess or soggy soap edges. This design will ensure your shampoo and soap bars dry and your countertops and bathtub ledges keep clean from soap residue. This soap dish was even recently updated and redesigned to have an even stronger hold on the soap and tougher resistence to water and mold build-up.
Bamboo is a sustainable material as it is one of the fastest growing plants, using little water to grow and requiring no pesticides, fertilizer, or irrigation, also helping to make it more economical than other woods. This design is simple and elegant but also durable as bamboo dries quicker than other woods and is therefore less likely to crack when in contact with water.
Care Tips: Avoid soaking in water for too long. Rinse off soap buildup with water after heavy use and wipe to dry. Dry outdoor once to twice every week and alternate with a different soap dish to extend life. Use water vinegar solution to clean any mold that might appear, and keep away from high heat or flames.
Disposal: Repurpose the organizer for gardening, crafts, or other creative projects.Check with your city's waste management information before disposal. Bamboo can be classified as recyclable or garbage depending on the city's recycling capabilities. If unsure, always consider composting in your backyard before throwing it in the garbage.
Made in Canada
About the Brand: Plantish grows with folks who are exploring a vegan, plastic-free, plant-based way of living. They are 100% plastic-free, from production to packaging, intentionally and continually exploring low-impact, plant-based materials that perform better than plastic. They work with makers across the United States and Canada to help develop their zero waste products. Through trial and error, they establish best practices of using, caring and disposing of the products to share with the community. They believe in solutions found in nature to live a plant-ish future. Plantish is AAPI+ owned, woman-owned, and they are also currently pending a B-corp certification.