Long Sisal Bottle Brush - Plantish - Home & Kitchen
Long Sisal Bottle Brush - Plantish - Home & Kitchen
Long Sisal Bottle Brush - Plantish - Home & Kitchen
Long Sisal Bottle Brush - Plantish - Home & Kitchen
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Long Sisal Bottle Brush

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$12.50 CAD
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Need to get rid of the moldy smell or bitter taste in your S'well water bottle without scratching the inside? Try this Long Sisal Bottle Brush that will practically reach inslde any water bottle for a thorough cleanse!

A reusable water bottle is far better than wasteful bottled waters. However, if you do not clean your reusable water bottle regularly, then it could harbor harmful bacteria with black mold that could make you sick. Unwashed bottles can accumulate bacteria and can be dirtier than dog bowls and kitchen sinks.


Made of natural sisal bristles, this long brush is designed to reach into deep long water bottles with narrow openings like S'well bottles. 100% vegan & plastic-free bristles, non-scratching, & doesn't break the bank.

Features
  • sisal fiber: sisal is naturally oil-resistant without any chemicals, plastic, or BPA.
  • safe & worry-free: no toxins or worries that microplastics passed to the food or the environment
  • easy to hold and to hang: non-slip, compact design conforms to contour of palm; hanging loop to air dry when not in use
Care Tips
  • rinse with water after each use and hang dry
  • clean bristles (as needed) with vinegar to kill bacteria.
  • avoid soaking in water to prevent cracks
  • avoid placing in dishwasher
  • place away from high heat or flames 
Disposal 

Repurpose the brush for shoe cleaning, general house cleaning, gardening, etc.

Check the city's waste management info before disposal. If unsure, always consider composting in the backyard over throwing into the garbage.