This long-handled pot scrubber is an all natural, zero-waste replacement for your traditional plastic-made scrub brush. This pot scrubber is made of bamboo, sisal fiber bristles, and a metal frame. This makes for a strong, durable, and compostable pot scrubber!
How to use/end of life
Use this brush to scrub pots, pans, dishware, and hard to clean bottles and jars. To wash your dishes, simply wet the bristles, swirl the bristles on a dish soap bar until sudsy and start scrubbing! But be sure not to leave it in the water for too long so the bamboo doesn't swell and crack.
It's normal for your pot scrubber to eventually wear down, but not to fret! Just throw the bamboo handle and head in the compost or bury it in the garden and recycle the meal frame. If your handle is still in good shape, but the bristles have worn down, just buy a BoHoS replacement head!
Reduce your carbon footprint buy contributing less to the landfill. Unfortunately, traditional sponges and plastic scrub brushes can not be recycled and end up in our landfills where they'll sit for hundreds of years. Therefore, the decisions you make now will potentially effect your great great great great great great great great great great great great (and so on) grandchildren's' lives.
Bamboo is a very sustainable crop. It's fast growing (can grow full size in a few months), requires no fertilizer (reduces leeching and chemical usage), and self-regenerates from its own root so it doesn't need to be replanted.
Bamboo handle, sisal fibers (from the agave plant), and recyclable metal frame.