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Sisal and Palm Refillable Pot Scrubber Brush / Refill

Sisal and Palm Refillable Pot Scrubber Brush / Refill

Regular price $17.00 CAD
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Made from long-lasting sisal and palm bristles, this eco friendly scrubber effortlessly removes stuck on foods and builds up. It cleans pots, pans, tubs and shower walls. Refillable pot scrubber brush heads tackle every cleaning job while the attached string allows for simple drying and storage, extending the lifespan. Fewer replacements through replaceable heads reduce waste and save you money by allowing you to only purchase a new refill instead of replacing the whole brush.


  • sisal bristles: sisal is a natural fiber that comes from the agave sisalana plant, stronger and more durable than other natural fibers. It is resistant to bacteria, mildew, and oil
  • multi-purpose: easily switch to a new head when needed, extending the lifespan of the brush and reducing overall waste.
  • bamboo handle: bamboo is a sustainable plant that uses 1/3 less water to grow, self-replenishes, and is less likely than other woods to crack
  • effective & non-scratch: safe to clean food scraps and stain stuck on cast iron or stainless steel cookware


  • brush pots, dishes, and other surfaces with dish soap as needed

**to replace the Sisal and Palm Pot Scrubber Brush head, please be as gentle as possible to be safe**:

  1. gently twist the head for effortless detachment.
  2. twist the replaced head back to its original position to hold it tight
  3. now, your Sisal and Palm Pot Scrubber Brush is ready for immediate use.


  • rinse the brush after use, air dry with bristles down
  • dip bristles (as needed) in vinegar to kill bacteria
  • avoid soaking in water to prevent cracks
  • avoid placing in dishwasher
  • place away from high heat or flames


  • repurpose the brush for shoe cleaning, general house cleaning, gardening, etc. check the city's waste management info before disposal
  • if unsure, always consider composting in the backyard over throwing into the garbage
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