How to Use
To keep your Heavy Duty Scrub Brush in great condition :
Step 1. Add a squirt of Dish Soap to your pot or pan, and fill it with hot water.
Step 2. Scrub your cookware like you mean it!
Step 3. Rinse your pot, pan, or dish in cool water.
Step 4. Clean your brush by rinsing it in cool water to remove any food particles stuck inside it. We do not recommend placing this brush in the dishwasher, as it can damage the brush.
Step 5. Allow your brush to air dry, bristles down.
PRO TIP: We don’t recommend using our Heavy Duty Scrub Brush on tableware or delicate glassware. Those sturdy bristles are ideal for all your tough jobs, like cleaning up burned pots and pans after cooking efforts go wrong. For general use, we’d recommend our Long Handled Dish Brush or Dish Brush Scrubber.
We strive to be eco-responsible so we’re proud that this Heavy Duty Scrub Brush is created from raw beechwood using environmentally-friendly multifunctional forestry practices.
- Union fiber bristles
- Untreated beechwood
*Some natural color variations will occur. Wood will darken over time.
We’re delighted to allow our customers to opt for an environmentally-friendly alternative to plastic whenever possible! This product is biodegradable. It is manufactured in Germany and approved by the FSC, an independent, non-profit organization that protects forests for future generations.
Discover More About Our Heavy Duty Scrub Brush
Battling with sticky, burned grease stains on your favorite skillet? We have a trick or two to help with that. Just grab your Heavy Duty Scrub Brush, some Sink SCRUB™, and distilled white vinegar.
Step 1. Sprinkle a generous layer of Sink SCRUB™ over the bottom of the pan.
Step 2. Dampen the powder with distilled white vinegar until it forms a paste. It will fizz!
Step 3. Allow the paste to sit for 30 minutes.
Step 4. Scrub the whole mess away with your Heavy Duty Scrub Brush and a small amount of Natural Dish Soap. For exceptionally bad burns, you may need to repeat the process.