Plastic-free + Adhesive-free = Guilt-free. OK, you know we're weird when we say we're really excited about this scrub brush! We imagine all of you, your friends, family, cousins, co-workers walking right by the plastic toilet brushes at your local big box store. Choosing instead a sustainable option that works just as well, if not better! That's a lot of plastic saved from landfills.
Made totally without plastic, glue, or adhesives, just a well-made beechwood handle and natural sisal bristles to give you great scrubbing power. YES, you can buy 2 and use one for dishes. It's an all purpose, versatile kind of tool. Just don't mix 'em up.
Beechwood handle, uncoated
Sisal brushes (made from agave plant)
Woman-owned company that gives 1% of all revenue to environmental and social causes, just like us!
WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? Plastic plastic and nylon toilet brushes. Many brushes are made with animal hair and even brushes marked eco oftentimes contain plastic.
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF Size: 14” length Care: Store your brush bristle side down to ensure the wood dries.
MATERIALS Beechwood handle and sisal bristles (that's fun to say). END OF PRODUCT LIFE You can compost or toss it in your campfire.
SOURCE While this product is made in China, we are confident in its production because this woman-owned Chicago business is led by a woman who spent 10 years in China, working with manufacturers who share her commitment to people and planet.
ABOUT THE COMPANY From Zefiro: It’s not about being perfect. Nobody is. It’s about being conscious that our actions matter. What we buy matters. What we waste matters. What we send to the landfill matters. What ends up in our oceans and ends up in our fish, matters. Every small step we take, makes a difference.
We’ve all become aware that we need to recycle but we need to start shifting our perspective to reducing and reusing before we think about recycling!
That's why Zefiro's mission is to help us reduce and reuse by offering products that are free of unnecessary packaging, minimize single use waste and are safe for both us and the planet.