BAMBOO & SISAL FIBER BRUSH.
Every apartment (house, home, camper-van, place of work, etc) has a kitchen. Imagine if the only thing we did was remove plastic from everyone's kitchen? Enter this all natural dish brush. Made from bamboo and sisal and with a genius way to replace the brush head... so you don't create more trash. This is one small gesture that works towards a bigger solution.
Pair it with a plastic-free dish soap bar, and you've replaced two plastic items in one swoop.
Fun Fact: Sisal is a byproduct from the Agave plant when making tequila.
- Replaceable brush head extends the life of the brush
- Easy to swap old brush head for new
- All natural materials: bamboo and sisal
- 100% biodegradable
- Designed in Australia
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF
9" long and 2.5" brush head
Care: you can use mineral oil on it to protect it, however, a better, non-petroleum based choice would be fractionated coconut oil.
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE?
Petroleum based plastic brushes that simply get tossed.
Australia by way of globally sourced materials.
Sustainably sourced bamboo and sisal. Sisal is a byproduct from the Agave plant when making tequila.
ABOUT THE COMPANY
Yesēco was founded by Jamie Phillips, a beach-loving advertising exec who wanted to be part of the solution rather than simply talking about it.
With a passion for nature and having grown up around the ocean, Jamie has traveled to some of the most beautiful parts of the world – Indonesia, Croatia, Morocco, New Zealand, Australia. After seeing masses of plastic littering these incredible coastlines, Jamie took it upon himself to try to come up with a creative solution to reduce the use of plastic in everyday products.
“I wanted to make a difference. I wanted to be part of the solution rather than just talking about what was wrong with the world. I realized consumers aren’t the problem; it was the lack of alternatives in the market. I wanted to start solving small problems on a big scale, and the idea for the Yesēco Kitchen Essentials Kit came from my own frustrations of seeing my kitchen bench covered with unnecessary plastic items that would taint the environment forever”.
And so, Yesēco was born.