Eco Max Natural Non-stick Pan Brush - 100% Plastic free

This eco-friendly and natural Non-stick Pan Brush is ethically handmade in Sri Lanka using Sisal, a form of cactus which has a softer fibre than coconut, so it's perfect for non-stick pans. 

The wire is galvanised so it will not rust and the handle is made from Alstonia timber, sourced from off-cuts of the building industry in Sri Lanka, with a cotton rope.

The best? 100% toxin-free and plastic-free, these beautiful, natural brushes provide the zero waste and sustainable solution to cleaning your pans that you've been looking for.

  • Made by Australian company, Import Ants, ethically in Sri Lanka. Import Ants believe in the power of positive change to a more ethical and sustainable life, and are endorsed by the Fair Trade Associaton of Australia. Their products are made in accordance with the 10 Fair Trade Principles, which encompass safe and non-discriminatory work places, a living wage, and sustainable manufacturing.

    Eco Max Brushes are biodegradable, chemical free and registered with The Vegan Society. 

  • Approximately 27cm long and the brush is 9cm wide .

  • Rinse, shake off and then place in your dish rack to dry.

  • We love Import Ants' commitment to sustainability and looking at the whole life cycle of their products and the impact they have on our world, which we share. 

    Once your brush has reached the end of its life, add it to your compost (you can cut up the handle to speed up the process if you like) and then when the natural fibres have broken down, retrieve the wire in your compost sift and recycle it at a scrap metal recycler. 

  • 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 centre, 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.