We are all familiar with this: sometimes food remains stick to the dishes and only laborious scrubbing with a brush helps. If we then use a brush with bristles that are too soft, cleaning can take much longer. Unfortunately, dishwashing brushes and their bristles are often made of plastic - and are simply disposed of in the household waste. If you consider that washing-up brushes should be changed every few weeks, you can calculate how much unnecessary plastic waste is produced in every household, every year, by plastic washing-up brushes alone. We don't even want to talk about the germ load in plastic bristles.
Our sustainable beeskin dish brushes are made entirely of bamboo with Tampico bristles. Since neither metal nor plastic has been used, the beeskin dishwashing brushes can even be disposed of in the compost.
The heads of the beeskin dishwashing brush are simply screwed onto the handle and can thus be replaced quite conveniently. You can get a set of replacement heads separately.
The bristles of the beeskin brushes are made of tampico, the fibres of leaves of an agave species. They do not kink, are strong and even resistant to acids. Of course, the tampico bristles are fully compostable.