The Tawashi brush is the bane of gunk’s existence. Rather than the foul plastics that fill our landfills and pollute our oceans, these scrubby boys are made out of angry little coconut palm fibers which blast through caked-on-almost-everything like it was nothing.
They’re ideal for washing cast iron, dishes, forks with dried food stuck between the tines, cutting boards, steel pots and pans, countertops, stovetops, the inside of the oven, and countless other areas where grime reigns supreme. They’re also super effective when it comes to food prep - got some especially filthy celery? Don’t feel like peeling those baby carrots you got at the Farmer’s Market? Yes, the mighty Tawashi scrubby has got your back there, too.
Read more about it here: The Mighty Tawashi Scrubbie: How to wash the dishes like a ninja!
- Made from steel & coconut fibres with a beechwood handle.