Sustainable natural dish brushes in Gracie’s Naturals

Fair zero waste (local brand) sustainable natural dish brushes are available in Gracie’s Naturals.

*100% Plastic-Free
*Naturally Antibacterial
*Free from toxic chemicals
*Easily removes mold

1. Coconut kitchen cleaning brush ($7.50)
•The bristles are made from sustainably farmed coconut husk, which is the outside of dried coconuts.
•Provides a simple solution for cleaning dishware, glassware, pots and pans.
•Cuts through tough grease.
•Safe for use with cast iron or stainless-steel cookware.
•Designed to get into hard-to-reach places.

2. Sisal Fiber Kitchen Dish Brush ($7.50) and replacement brush head ($3.90)
•The bamboo pot and dish brush with handle are made of bamboo, and the bristles of the brush are made of natural sisal.
•This is a great dish scrubbing brush with bristles hard enough to clean tough stains on all pots, pans, or woks; and soft enough not to be abrasive. Safe for scrubbing non-stick materials and Teflon.
•Brush head can be replaced.

3. Sisal Bottle Brush ($7.50)
•Natural wood handle with Sisal bristles.
•The curved washing brush adopts the elongated brush body design, which is more comfortable to hold when cleaning and easy to clean and handle.
•Suitable for glass, thermal cups, mugs, wide-mouth milk bottles, teapots, and other products with large-depth pots and bowls. It can meet the cleaning needs of different utensils.

Care Instructions:
1. Hang to dry between uses, on a dry towel, or elevated to allow bristles to drain.
2. Never leave submerged in water as it will wear on the wood, causing it to crack or may cause the natural bristles to fall out.
3. Can be used for years.

Shop address: Hermano Miguel 5-74 y Juan Jaramillo, Cuenca
INS/FB: @gracienaturalshop
WhatsApp: 099 895 4800
Business hours: Mon-Fri, 10 AM – 5 PM; Sat, 11 AM – 4 PM. No lunch break.
We provide Factura Electrónica.
We accept Debit/Credit Cards (no extra charge).


City: Cuenca

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