This set of 5 different sizes of plastic-free bottle brushes can meet all of your sustainable cleaning needs. A reusable water bottle is far better for the planet than wasteful bottled water. However, if you do not clean your reusable water bottle regularly, it could harbour harmful bacteria and black mold that could make you sick. Unwashed bottles can accumulate bacteria and can even be dirtier than dog bowls or kitchen sinks. Need to get rid of the moldy smell or bitter taste in your favorite water bottle without scratching the inside? Try the large brush that will reach inside almost any water bottle for a nice thorough clean!
The sisal fiber is naturally oil-resistant without any chemicals, plastic, or BPA making it safe & worry-free, without any toxins or concerns that microplastics may be passed to the food or the environment. They are non-scratch and safe for use with a stainless steel water bottle as well as easy to hold and hang on to with a non-slip, compact design conforming to the contour of palm and a hanging loop to air dry when not in use.
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Directions: Scrub bottles, dishes, and other surfaces with dish soap as needed.
- The Large Brush: Great for water bottles, especially with narrow openings, vases, mason jars, etc.
- The Medium Brush: Can be used on baby milk bottles or pacifiers, beer bottles, soy sauce bottles, etc.
- The Small Brush: Good for kettles, cans, jam jars, and more
- The Cotton Straw Brush: Best for glass/steel straws or delicate surfaces
- The Sisal Straw Brush: Made for bamboo straws or surfaces with tough stains
Care Tips: Rinse with water after each use and hang dry. Clean the bristles (as needed) with vinegar to kill bacteria. Avoid soaking in water (to prevent cracks) or placing in the dishwasher. Keep away from high heat or flames.
Disposal: Please repurpose the brushes for as long as possible for shoe or general house cleaning. Check with your city's waste management information before disposal. If unsure, always consider composting in the backyard before throwing it into the garbage.
Made in Canada