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Agave Fiber Straw Cleaner

$4.00

These zero waste straw cleaners are made from sustainably sourced Agave Fiber and steel – a plastic-free alternative to standard nylon straw cleaners.  After the Agave Fibers become wet, the fibers become more flexible, allowing them to easily clean your eco-friendly bamboo and stainless steel straws! Each straw cleaner is long-lasting and durable, and Our made ethically...

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Agave Fiber Straw Cleaner

These zero waste straw cleaners are made from sustainably sourced Agave Fiber and steel – a plastic-free alternative to standard nylon straw cleaners. 

After the Agave Fibers become wet, the fibers become more flexible, allowing them to easily clean your eco-friendly bamboo and stainless steel straws!

Each straw cleaner is long-lasting and durable, and Our made ethically in India using responsible harvesting methods.

Comes with 1 Straw Cleaner

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sarah bucher
So easy

I love this little brush. I have so many reusable straws and this does the trick every time to ensure they are clean!

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Ryan
Perfect Alternative to Plastic Straw Cleaners!

I bought this straw cleaner because it's made of plant fibers that will biodegrade at its end of life! It works perfectly and is a much better alternative to the nylon alternatives other stores are selling!

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Avery Miles
Practical and Affordable

Great product, very useful and affordable!

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Amanda
Perfect for Straws

Works great for cleaning reusable straws or small bits in a to-go mug. I have only used it on metal - not sure if it might scratch glass/plastic, but it does seem to get softer with use. I store it with my other kitchen/dish brushes in a cup on the side of the sink.

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Julia
This is great!

This straw cleaner is great. We’ve been using it for a few days. So much better than us trying to manually get soap in the straw and rinse it through. We are using a lot less soap now, which is a plus. The brush dries super fast and has a loop at the end, so in theory you could hang it from a hook or something. The one negative for us is just figuring out how to store it. Maybe we’ll toss it in a coffee mug on the counter.