Replaceable-head dish brush
Ergnomic and ecodesigned
How to use me?
Our replaceable-head dish brush is completely handmade in France.
All our expertise has gone into finding a zero-waste way to clean your dishes! Made with some of the finest woods and densely packed, vegan, tampico bristles, this eco-designed, high-quality brush is made to last! After 8 to 12 months (and maybe even longer), when the brush head is worn out, you can simply change the head but keep the handle.
This dish brush has also been designed with ergonomics in mind. Because your hand is close to the brush, it`s easier to be precise – and to clean your dishes effectively!
The groove around the head allows you to use it with other types of dish brush handles.
Our replacement head lasts for 8 to 12 months.
My environmental impact
Made in France, this high-quality, sustainable, durable product supports local producers.
When the replacement head reaches its end of life, if it can still be used, keep it for cleaning or little household tasks such as brushing clean a ceramic sink or shoes covered with mud. If it really can`t be used anymore for anything, remove the tampico bristles with the help of some pliers, and separate the metal staple from the bristles so you can sort and recycle the individual elements as well as possible.
At Lamazuna, all our products are designed to be zero waste, and we take into account every step in their life cycle to make them as environmentally friendly as possible.
How do I maintain myself?
You can oil the handle with linseed oil whenever necessary. Do not soak the brush in water. Rinse the bristles after each use. Because the brush is made from wood, its appearance may change over time, depending on how it is used and stored.
The oak wood is treated with linseed oil, which will gradually wear off with use. To make the wood last longer, oil the handle again. The plant-based bristles will wear down with time. Replace the head when the bristles have worn down so much, they can no longer clean your dishes properly.
A closer look at the four materials used to make our dish brush:
- The handle is made from French oak wood, which comes from PEFC-certified, sustainably managed forests. It`s treated with pure linseed oil (and not industrial linseed oil, which is diluted with petroleum-derived mineral oil to make it easier to use).
- The replacement head is made from French beech wood that comes from PEFC-certified, sustainably managed forests. It is untreated, softer, and suitable for brushmaking.
- The bristles are made from tampico (agave fibre) and are not chemically treated, dyed or bleached.
- An 8 mm-diameter stainless steel screw attaches the handle to the replacement head.