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Made from natural plant fiber bristles and untreated wood.
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Reviews For Natural Bristle Dish Brush
Based on 7 Reviews
A lovely brush
Have really loved using this brush more than I expected. Smaller than I thought it would be but actually prefer its size. Plus it's a lot more attractive to look at than a plastic brush! Only problem is the head does swivel a little which can be annoying. Going to try to tighten the metal around the head.
- Megan Austin
Natural Bristle Dish Brush
Essential part of our kitchen. Thank you for continuing to make them available.
Loved it to death
I love this brush. I love that it has natural bristles instead of recycled plastic ones. I love the ergonomic shape of the handle with the ball on the end that makes it easy to hold on to when I'm scrubbing inside a glass or my blender. However, after one week of regular use the metal wire holding the brush popped and it no longer remains stationary while I'm using it, but spins around and makes a nuisance of itself. I had only some trouble cleaning off a caked on mess, but if you wash your dishes right away it does a wonderful job at cleaning. I only wish it had held together better.
Murchison-Hume Bristle Dish Brush
I'm so glad that I brought this brush. I use it with dishes, glasses and coffee mugs. It's durable and no matter how much it may stretch out it returns to its shape.
I like the idea of this brush, but it is only good for gentle cleaning. The brushes are quite soft, so with medium pressure they totally splay out and become useless. Because of that, I can't really use it on dirty pans that usually require heavy scrubbing but I can use this brush for really gentle cleaning. Not my favorite but not the worst either.
Pretty good brush
I bought this more for looks than anything, as it is a pretty little thing. It's good for cleaning flat surfaces, but the bristles aren't great for the bottoms of coffee cups etc (but this is usually the case for most dish brushes). I'd like to see Thrive selling the replaceable heads, too.
Lola-palooza ! Thar's hope in those bristles!
I'm thrilled to see a version of the long-time Lola brush that used to feature a replaceable vegetable bristle head. For at least 10 years I have not found those brush head replacements anywhere.
With this new brand--if it is possible that you can carry replacement heads (that open top metal structure didn't used to be just for the initial assembly, the heads would snap on and off through that)--you'd restore this product to its more sustainable best. I hope you'll try.
- Lola's FanClub
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