We love theotherstraw's 100% natural straw cleaning brushes, made in Northern Vietnam from coconut fibre and metal.
Reduce your waste with reusable straws that are aligned with your values, and clean them with a brush that is plastic-free and fully aligned with your values too. Eco-friendly, sustainable and ethically sourced.
The best? Is a 'zero waste' product really 'zero waste' if it creates waste at the end of its life? Most 'plastic-free' and 'zero waste' kits out there contain a straw cleaning brush that has plastic bristles, and they can't be recycled. This brush goes the whole zero waste way and lets you roll 100% natural.
Made by Australian company, theotherstraw, in Northern Vietnam. theotherstraw was founded in response to one of the world's biggest challenges: plastic pollution. They are a Melbourne-based sustainable enterprise which works with producers from ethnic minority groups in Northern Vietnam to make their products, ensuring their producers receive a prosperous and fair wage with healthy working conditions. They keep their carbon footprint small through resource recycling and energy conservation, and a portion of their profits goes towards supporting projects that protect the world's oceans and marine life. We love theotherstraw.
The Straw Cleaning Brush is 20.5cm long.
Wash by hand before using for the first time and as needed thereafter.
This product is durable but when it's on its last legs, add it to your compost until the coconut fibre bristles degrade, and then sift out the metal and add it to your metal recycling bin if your council will allow, or take it to a scrap metal recycler - you can find a local one to you here.
This product ships directly from Life Wild. When in stock, we will have it on its way to you within 1 - 2 business days. If pre-ordering and you'd like to know when to expect your bounty, please email us.
Choose the ultimate in environmentally friendly packaging and your items will be packed in surplus boxes we've collected from local businesses, before they use more energy and resources by going to the recycling plant, or take up space in landfill.
Or for something a little more beautiful, go for our post-consumer recycled box instead. It's your choice at checkout.