One green step, for the #greatergood of our home. 


Coconut Fiber Bottle Brush

IDR 75,000

Ditch the plastic and embrace nature with Greater Good Bottle Brush. This handcrafted beauty boasts a sustainably sourced teakwood handle, naturally resistant to water and bacteria thanks to its inherent oils. The handle is further protected by a durable, water-based coating that extends its lifespan while preserving its natural beauty. And let’s not forget the elegant aesthetic - this brush adds a touch of rustic charm to your kitchen sink.

But the magic truly lies in the bristles. The naturally gentle yet tough coconut coir bristles banishes grime from the deepest depth of your bottles, vases, carafes, and more, without scratching delicate surfaces or leaving behind microplastics. Unlike their plastic counterparts, these natural fibers are kind to both your home and the planet. The biodegradable handle and compostable bristles make it an investment in your home and a healthy planet. 

Dimensions: L 36 x W 6.5 cm

  • 100% natural
  • Eco-friendly
  • Made in Indonesia
  • Compostable
Cleaning brushes made of plastic.
Teakwood handle, coconut fiber bristles, stainless steel wire.
General Care: After using the brush, rinse it thoroughly with clean water to remove any food particles or debris. Allow the brush to air dry completely before storing it. Do not hang it by the bristles, as this can cause the wood to warp. Instead, lay it flat or stand it up on the handle. Do not soak your brush in water for extended periods, as this can damage the wood and loosen the bristles. For deeper cleaning, you can occasionally scrub the bristles with a mild soapy water solution. Rinse thoroughly afterwards and air dry completely.

Teakwood Handle: To maintain the natural beauty of the teakwood handle, apply a light coat of teak oil or mineral oil every few months. This will help prevent the wood from drying out and cracking. Avoid using harsh chemicals or detergents on the teakwood handle, as these can damage the wood.

Coconut Bristles: If the coconut fiber bristles become bent or misshapen, you can gently reshape them with your fingers while the brush is damp. When the bristles are frayed or no longer effective, it’s time to replace the brush.
Made in Indonesia.
Teakwood handle and coconut fiber bristles are 100% compostable. Stainless steel is 100% recyclable in metal recycling.