Coconut Dish Scour Pads
Scrub away grease, stains, and food without leaving behind harmful microplastics.
Did you know kitchen scrubbers are made from non-recyclable plastic? They shed off tiny amounts of microplastics which are toxic to us and our environment.
But not these coconut dish scour pads! They are made from totally natural ingredients; coconut coir and natural rubber. They're 100% biodegradable and will not produce microplastics. Reach all tricky corners of your plates and pots that rigid loofah scourers can’t get into!
Every purchase of the Coconut Dish Scour Pads funds the removal of 10 pieces of plastic from the ocean.
- Scratch-free: These little beauties are tough on dirt but won’t damage your delicate crockery.
- 100% Biodegradable: Made from coconut coir and natural rubber, these scour pads are made from totally natural ingredients with no microplastics in site.
- Zero Waste: Coconut coir is a waste product of coconut harvesting. Since this waste is purchased rather than local coconut farmers in India discarding it, it provides them with an additional source of income.
- Size: 100 (l) x 75 (w) x 5 (h) mm
End of Life: When the coconut dish scrubber is no longer scrubbing your dirty dishes well, you can use it as a soap dish to put the soap block on. Or, if you want to speed up the breaking down of the scrubber, simply bury it underground or add it to the compost bin.
- Made in India
These work really well and do not scratch anything.
They are just as good if not better than the ones that aren't recyclable. I really like the fact there is not plastic or other stuff in them that isn't able to be recycled. They should be selling these in every grocery and hardware store.
I really am pleased with them.
I am a senior & this make scrubbing dishes & pans very easy on old arthritic hands. They are sturdy & last not like store bought sponges.
Scour pads are just as effective as non environmental ones
Although I use them along with the sponges which I really do like, I find the scouring pads a bit annoying because of the fibers they leave behind that I don’t want going down my garbage disposal.