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Loofco washing up brush

£3,20
This brush is useful for cleaning pots and pans and small enough to fit in cups and mugs.

Why We Stock It

Nat brands are passionate about their ecological impact on the planet and have created a range of household products to help consumers reduce their negative impact. Working with people abroad, the company are sincere about fair working condtions, no child or animal labour and avoiding pesticides. Everything is packed in minimal packaging without plastic.

Where

Made in Sri Lanka for Nat brands, Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Who

Nat Brands

How To Use It

Rinse thoroughly before first use. Immerse and use in warm water with washing-up liquid. To keep brush fresh between uses, rinse and squeeze out excess water and shake out any food particles. Hang to dry from the metal loop. The galvanised metal core will not rust. Occasionally soak in hot water with washing-up liquid and air dry to freshen brush.

How To Dispose Of It

Coir coconut fibre can be composted and will biodegrade.

Metal core needs to be removed and can be recycled.

Sticker: Made from cellulose and will decompose naturally

Cardboard recyclable.

Ingredients/Materials

Coconut coir: A naturally bacteria resistant, fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer brown coconut husk. LoofCo uses coir fibre that is a by-product of coconut food and oil production and might otherwise be burnt. Coir fibre remains stiff when wet, holds liquids well giving the coconut husk additional scrubbing power.

Metal core

Label: FSC responsibly sourced card/ plant-based inks/ compostable cellulose stickers.