Wood Bottle Brush
This beechwood brush features soft horse hair bristles or sturdy tampico bristles that are well suited to clean bottles, glasses, coffee and teapots and other vessels with narrow openings.
Made in Germany
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I use this in cups, mugs, bowls, water bottles, even wine glasses - it can clean delicate glass and also gets rid of tough, stuck-on food. The bristles don't deform even with heavy use. I have two nitpicks:
1) It should have a hook on the end or something like that, similar to the handled dish scrubber, for hanging storage. As it was, I drilled a hole in the end of the handle and threaded some kitchen twine through it so I could hang it from a nail.
2) It is already starting to lose some bristles. Not enough to make a difference, but it does make me worry it won't last as long as I'll want it to.
It’s a little big for baby bottles. Also the handle is huge and seems like a toilet bowl cleaner instead of a bottle brush. Lastly, it would be good if it has metal at the bottom because I keep it upright in a glass jar and sometimes it’s wet at the bottom of the jar from the water dripping so the bottom on the wood handle has turned black from being wet all the time. The dish washing brush has a little metal hook at the bottom which keeps it out of the water or allows you to hang it.
Ok they aren't really kitten whiskers, but the bristles are extremely soft! How do they clean so well whilst being so tender? This brush is teaching me that you can do a great job at something without being a hard-ass. The long handle is great for twirling while the water warms up. FYI.
I really like this brush and it works well. It's super handy for glasses and jars. I find the handle just a bit too long though.
Love the sustainable ixtli fiber, and love the sturdy, wieldy wooden handle. A brush that succeeds all other brushes I have. For me, this is the one.