Bottle and baby bottle brush, front view

Coconut brush for multi-purpose bottles

6.30 €
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Natural bristle brush for cleaning bottles and baby bottles.

With it you can comfortably scrub the bottom and edges of bottles and baby bottles, even those with narrow mouths. It is designed to reach difficult places. Does not scratch.

Made with natural coconut bristles, with antibacterial properties, stainless steel wire and FSC certified wooden handle.

It is an alternative to conventional brushes, made with petroleum derivatives, which with use break down and release microplastics into the water, which treatment plants cannot filter and end up polluting rivers and oceans. The bristles of this brush are biodegradable, so they do not pollute the water if they become detached.

Vegan and plastic-free product.

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Total length of the brush: 40 cm

Bristle diameter: 9 cm

Approximate diameter of brush bristles: 6 cm


This natural bristle brush is good for scrubbing bottles and baby bottles, even those with a narrow mouth. It is designed to reach difficult places. Does not scratch.

It is made with natural coconut shell bristles. It is about bristles of medium hardness.

The handle is made of stainless steel and certified rubber wood.

It is a very resistant and durable product.


Apply soap to the bristles and scrub the previously moistened bottle, scrubbing well all over the inside. Rinse with plenty of water so that no traces of soap remain and allow to air dry.


The coconut comes from sustainable plantations and the wooden mango is FSC certified, which ensures environmental, social and economic benefits.

It is a product free of plastic and biodegradable, so there is no risk of contaminating the water if any bristles are detached. Quite the opposite happens when we use conventional scouring pads or brushes, made with petroleum derivatives. With use, they come apart and small plastic particles come off that the treatment plants are not able to filter. These microplastics end up polluting rivers and oceans, putting aquatic biodiversity at serious risk.

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