Green Clean Bundle
Get groovy with sustainable, beautiful, functional kitchen cleaning products! These are all our favorites. All tools are handmade in Europe. Dish soap handmade in Montana, USA.
You can choose to add on the Lemon Basil Solid Dish Soap Puck.
* DISH BRUSH. Made to last, with oiled beechwood and tampico fiber. The smart curved handle is incredibly comfortable to hold.
* NAIL BRUSH. Made from oiled beechwood and tampico fiber, this firm nail brush is hands-down the best nail brush my garden-dirty nails have ever encountered (as evidenced by my clean nails in the photo!).
* VEGETABLE BRUSH. Made from long-lasting oiled beechwood and tampico fiber, this vegetable brush is perfect for scrubbing your garden-fresh eats.
* COPPER CLOTHS (SET OF 2). Made with fine copper threads and cotton thread, this copper cloth gently and thoroughly removes persistent gunk without scratching.
* COPPER SCRUBBERS (SET OF 2). Made entirely of knitted copper threads, this buddy will get tough on pot crud.
* CELLULOSE DISHCLOTHS (SET OF 3). Super absorbent, high efficient, quick-drying. Last a long time and then biodegrade. Buh bye funky sponge. Sayonara paper towels.
* LEMON BASIL SOLID DISH SOAP PUCK Made in Missoula, Montana using only the best ingredients: organic coconut oil, castor oil, sodium hydroxide, water, citric acid, juice of lemon or lime, basil oil, lemon oil.
A win for green cleaning!
I’ve been looking for more green cleaning options and this was the perfect bundle!
Tools that will make you love to clean
Most of the time I am buying things as gifts, but this kit was all for me! I couldn't be happier with the quality of the brushes, dish clothes, and copper cleaning cloths. You should note that the dish brush makes a particular good microphone for those dish-washing jam sessions. :-)
I don't think it's possible to make cleaning the kitchen enjoyable, but these products make it pretty close. They are beautiful, well-made, and work great. Imagine if the bundle came with a glass of wine and a new season of my favorite podcast!? Then I'd really be scrubbing...