How to Use
To keep your Long Handled Scrub Brush in great condition :
Step 1. After each use, rinse away crumbs or food scraps out of your Dish Brush with warm soapy water.
Step 2. Hang your Long Handled Scrub Brush to dry or lay it on its side. Do not dry with the brush upright, as this will allow water to pool in the wood. This can cause cracking, stains, and mildew.
PRO TIP: This brush saves your hands extra work by making it easy to clean big pots and pans. But did you also know it’s helpful when cleaning window tracks and other hard-to-reach spaces?
We adhere to strict ingredient integrity, so you’ll never find harmful chemicals in our products. We also strive to be eco-responsible so we’re proud that this Long Handled Scrub Brush is created from raw beechwood using environmentally-friendly multifunctional forestry practices.
- Natural fiber bristles
- Untreated beechwood
Wood is a living material that continues to change after it’s been manufactured. Variations in the color or grain and irregularities such as fine cracks are part of the natural beauty of the wood and in no way should be considered defects. During normal use, wood may darken and crack slightly due to the changes in moisture level. This will not affect the structural integrity of the product.
We’re delighted to allow our customers to opt for an environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic whenever possible! This product is biodegradable and all-natural. It is manufactured in Germany and approved by the FSC, an independent, non-profit organization that protects forests for future generations.
Learn More About Our Long Handled Scrub Brush
The best part about this scrub brush is that it is designed to last — but even the best bristles wear down eventually. Rather than tossing the whole brush into the wastebasket, we’ve designed it to have a replaceable scrub brush head for renewed cleaning power.
Here’s how to replace your dish brush head easily, every time:
Step 1. Grip the handle of your Long-Handled Dish Brush firmly and seize the head of the Dish Brush. Pull hard to tug it free.
Step. 2. Two metal prongs will release from the handle. Insert your Dish Brush Scrubber replacement head into the wire grip, ensuring it’s properly aligned.
Step 3. Pinch both prongs together and insert them back into the handle.
Step 4. Wave your like-new Scrub Brush aloft and tackle those dirty dishes with renewed enthusiasm!