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The economical choice for kitchens and bathrooms is our EcoCoconut brush. A biodegradable and highly durable multipurpose cleaning brush that has been designed to bring sustainable style to your kitchen, with the functionality to deliver a superior clean. The handles are made from FSC accredited timber and are in line with our environmental core values.


  • Cuts through tough grease and is safe on non-stick fry pans
  • Non Scratch
  • Designed to get into hard to reach places
  • Easily removes mould
  • Naturally Antibacterial
  • Free from toxic chemicals
  • Biodegradable
  • Sustainable
  • Plastic Free with Plastic free Packaging


As the brush is made from coir it has water resistant qualities which make it an ideal cleaning material that can be paired with any detergent or cleaning agent . It cuts through tough grease and is effective in cleaning hard surfaces like hobs and ovens, and will remove leftover residues and mould.


EcoCoconut's products are made with FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified recycled Rubber tree's grown in a plantation and at the end of their life replanted and the wood used for our brush handles.  The bristles are made from sustainably farmed coconut husk's which is the outside of dried coconuts.

Note: Test all surfaces for scratching, although our products are marketed as non scratch some soft or low quality plastics have been known to scratch easily.  We do not take responsibility if a surface is effected and we have tested 1000's of surfaces which are known to be safe.

Coconut Kitchen Dish Brush EcoCoconut

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  • The brushes are made from durable coir fibre, attached to a stainless steel wire

    The handles are made from FSC accredited timber, from certified recycled rubber tree's grown in a plantation and at the end of their life replanted Which is in line with EcoCoconuts environmental core values.

    Coconut fibre, or coir as it is more commonly known, is a natural fibre extracted from between the hard internal shell of the coconut and the outer coat of the coconut. It is a by product of the coconut harvesting process, and is considered a renewable and sustainable product since new crops of coconuts can be regrown repeatedly on the same trees.

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