Functional and beautiful, the wooden brushes from A Slice of Green offer a plastic-free solution for household cleaning tasks.
Each brush is made using FSC certified beech wood and plant-based bristles to ensure the brushes are vegan-friendly. Each bristle type has specific properties:
Pale yellow bristles. Tampico is a heat resistant plant fibre obtained from the leaf ribs of two Agave species native to Mexico. It is resistant to acids and alkalis, has high elasticity and good water absorption.
Our Shaped Dish Brush; Bottle Brush; Replaceable Head Dish Brush; Dish Brush Head; Small Nailbrush; Scrubbing Brush all have Tampico bristles.
Union (Tampico and Bassine)
Dark brown and pale yellow bristles. Union is a blend of Tampico and Bassine fibres. Tampico is the softer fibre obtained from the leaf ribs of two Agave species native to Mexico. It has high elasticity and good water absorption. Bassine is the coarser fibre which is made from the leaf ribs of the Palmyra palm, native to India and Sri Lanka.
Our Pot Brush features Union bristles, and our Vegetable Brush features half Union and half Tampico.
Dark and light brown coloured bristles. A hard-wearing blend of Tampico and Coconut fibres. Tampico is obtained from the leaf ribs of two Agave species native to Mexico. It has high elasticity and good water absorption. Coconut fibres are obtained from the coconut palm, grown in Sri Lanka and India. They are lightweight, tough and strong, even when wet.
Our Toilet Brush has a mix of Tampico and Coconut bristles.
The brushes are made in Europe by an owner-managed family company, committed to sustainability and environmental protection as well as maintaining jobs to support the rural community.
To minimise unnecessary packaging, brushes are supplied in boxes of 10 with A Slice of Green information card for display.
At the end of their life, the brushes can be recycled. The bristles can be removed with pliers/scissors and composted, and the beech wood can either be upcycled, cut up for use as kindling or taken to a recycling centre where it will be made into woodchips/mulch. Any stainless steel parts can be removed with pliers and put with waste food cans for household recycling.