Packaging: 100% recycled unbleached kraft box, printed with soy ink.
End of life: When the coconut dish scrubber is no longer scrubbing your dirty dishes well, you can use it as a soap dish to put the soap block on. Simply bury it underground or put it in your home compost. If your council collects food waste for composting, you can also put the coconut scrubber in the food waste bin.
They scrub well but the coconut shreds are everywhere!
Was hopeful these would fit the bill but still on the hunt for something that effectively replaces a plastic scrubber...have tried plenty of compostable brushes but they don't have very good scrub power. These seemed like they would be able to scrub really well, and they do, but they also shed like crazy and every time I use I'm left with a sink full of coconut bristles or whatever. So, still looking.
I’m happy with the dish scrubber. They are much more effective for stuck on messes than a regular dishcloth. I ran one through the dishwasher to sanitize it and it held up just fine.
These sponges worked well and were not too abrasive. I love that they come in a 5 pack. I would definitely purchase them again.
Biodegradable Coconut Kitchen Scourers- 5 Pack, Zero Waste Dish Scrubber