This natural bottle cleaning brush is the perfect fully environmentally friendly bottle and jar cleaning brush. Made from waste materials that are by-products from different industries such as coconut harvesting.
Every purchase of the Natural Bottle Cleaning Brush funds the removal of 10 pieces of plastic from the ocean.
- Perfect to clean bottles and jars where your hand is too big to fit
- Ideally for bottles but can be used on many other items too
- 100% biodegradable: made from waste coconut coir, waste rubberwood and the string is cotton
- 0.13 lbs, 27 cm in height.
- Made in the UK.
I ordered one of the bottle brushes for myself several months ago. I find that it gets the glass bottle of my hummingbird feeder sparkling clean (it bacteria are left it can easily wipe out our hummer population) and it's great for our coffee carafe as well. So I ordered one for each of my adult daughters and they were really pleased when I gave the brushes to them (along with the veggie brushes)!
useful for jars and wide-mouth bottles; brush too wide for hummingbird feeder bottles.
If I have a suggestion, it would be to maybe figure a way to screw the brush into the handle. The glue that’s used doesn’t hold if your putting pressure in the cleaning. Love it though. Those horrid plastic and foam brushes should be banned.
I thought it would be smaller to allow for access to smaller bottles. It seems more fitted to baby bottles to me.
The quality of the brush is very good.
I use this to clean betta jars with, it works great for the larger opening jars, but I've got a few jars that have small openings, (more probably used for decoration) I can get the brush in, goes in all the way to the top of the handle, but I can't scrub anything. It's just near impossible to move it around in the jar because the handle is so thick, i can't even get my fingers around the handle. I understand It's supposed to be used for water bottles and stuff, but it needs a slimmer handle for those slimmer openings, not everybody uses these for water bottles, at least i don't anyway.