Ditch the plastic and transform your kitchen into a place where you look forward to doing the dishes!
Each box contains a Sisal and palm pot scrubber, Sisal dish brush, solid dish soap bar and a bamboo soap dish duo
This dish soap (8oz) eliminates the need to purchase dish soap in plastic bottles. Gentle for the hands, it cuts grease effectively and pairs perfectly with a dishcloth, loofah, and natural bristle brushes. It is also a powerful stain remover for any oil and stain on fabrics such as sponge cloths and produce bags.
Handmade in Vancouver, Canada.
Vegan, plastic-free, palm oil free, 100% compostable.
This bar replaces up to 3.5 plastic bottles of liquid soap.
Bamboo Soap Dish Duo is perfect to store bar soaps/shampoo/conditioner or konjac sponge for a low waste household.
When in contact with water, bamboo dries quicker than other woods hence less likely to crack.
- plant-based ingredients: cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, olea europaea (olive) oil, aqua (water), sodium hydroxide*
- handmade: four ingredients only, no additives, preservatives
- fragrance-free: non-irritating on the skin
note: *lye, an alkali that is a must in soapmaking and is eliminated in the saponification process
As dish soap: rub a wet cloth, sponge or dish brush directly on the soap. Scrub dishes then rinse with water.
As stain remover: rub soap on stained spots, add water and rub fabric between hands. Hand wash or launder.
Place soap on top of a soap dish to keep it dry.
Recycle kraft paper packaging.
- sisal fiber: sisal is a natural fiber from the agave sisalana plant, stronger and more durable than other natural fibers. It is resistant to bacteria, mildew, and oil.
- ergonomic design: easy to hold with a string to hang dry
- kitchen essential: handy for handwashing light grease but also convenient for a quick rinse before machine wash
brush pots, dishes, and other surfaces with dish soap as needed
to replace the Sisal Dish Brush head, please be as gentle as possible to be safe:
1. use pillars to pinch the metal piece
2. pull the brush head and the brush handle in opposite sides slowly to remove the old brush head
3. slide on a new brush head until the metal piece back to its original position to hold it tight.
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.
- Rinse with water after each use and air dry with the bristle facing down
- 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 note: oil brush handle to reduce the potential of cracking if you regularly submerge your dish brushes in water.