Replacement Head For No Plastic Wood Dish Brush – Well Earth Goods

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Replacement Head For No Plastic Wood Dish Brush | Well Earth Goods
Replacement Head For Zero Waste Wood Dish Brush | Well Earth Goods

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The Redecker Tampico Fiber Replacement Head made with Untreated Beechwood is a simple cleaning solution for scrubbing pots, pans, plates, bowls, cups and other dishware and glassware. This removable brush head is the replacement head for the Redecker Tampico Fiber Dish Brush with Untreated Beechwood Handle and is easily replaced as needed. All-natural bristles made from tampico fiber withstand high heat and retain their shape over time. Extra-stiff plant bristles ideal for scrubbing brushes, thorough cleaning and long-lasting use.

The head of the brush is made from beautiful, handcrafted untreated beechwood, which ages gracefully and is durable enough for daily use. Measures 1-1/2" in diameter. Clean bristles with lukewarm water, towel blot to remove excess moisture and air dry with bristles facing down to prevent damage to wood. 

  • Stiff fiber dish brush is versatile and ideal for all dish-washing purposes
  • Metal parts are removable for eventual recycling, while the wood is compostable/biodegradable
  • Made in Germany by one of the last producers of handcrafted brushes.

Maker - Produced by world-renowned Bürstenhaus Redecker, a German company that has been handcrafting brushes since 1935.  Redecker always places high value on their products not only being practical but also beautiful and, most of all, ecological. Natural and sustainable raw materials are the most important aspects when they choose their materials. 

Shipping practices - All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning. No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.