Full Circle Home LLC, The Ring, Vegetable Brush, 1 Brush72 Reviews
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0.27 lbs (0.12 kg)
- Product Code: FUL-00209
- UPC Code: 850166002093
- Package Quantity: 1 Brush
- Dimensions: 1.4 x 3.6 x 5.5 in, 0.1 lbs (0.05 kg)
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- Earth Friendly Cleaning Tools
- Renewable Bamboo
- Natural & Recycled Bristles
- Great for Cleaning all Produce, From Apples to Zucchini!
- Come Clean. Full Circle.
Part bamboo handle, part natural & recycled bristle blend, entirely earth friendly. Basically, it's as easy on the earth as the vegetable you clean with it. (You are buying organic, right?)
This brush uses a unique bristle blend. Natural plant bristles hold soap for clean, sudsy action; recycled plastic bristles are earth-friendly and super durable. Plant fiber bristles naturally darken after soaking.
Bamboo is not dishwasher safe and should dry between use. For best results coat bamboo with a natural oil at least once a year.
iHerb Customer Reviews
I have found this brush to work nicely and really appreciate the unique style of it!Love this, the round handle makes it so easy to use.
I much prefer a square brush that I can hold closer and that has more surface area and contact to clean the veggies. I had a hard--and unsuccessful--time getting potatoes all the way clean with this brush. The bristle area is too narrow. The bristles themselves are nice, on the long side, but durable and stiff. Aesthetically, it looks nice with the wood and natural bristles. Functionally, it falls short. I would not recommend this.