Kamenoko Tawashi Coconut Coir Fibre Original Dish Scrubber
In 1907, the Tawashi brush was invented by Shozaemon Nishio in Tokyo, Japan. At that time, people only used a weak bunch of straw or ropes for cleaning. Kamenoko Tawashi has changed the way people clean their dishes and since then it has been a household staple for over a century.
Material and design - this brush is made from coconut coir fibre (not coloured or bleached) and metal wire. The coconut palm fibre is naturally antibacterial and the twisted coconut fibre core means that it is far more durable than other products similar, this award-winning brush (Good Design & Long Life Design Award in 2013) is a high-quality tool for washing dishes or scrubbing vegetables.
Dimensions - approximately 10cm x 8cm x 5cm
Care - heat resistant up to 90 degrees celsius. After using, clean and dry thoroughly.
This brush is carefully and individually handmade by skilled workers in Japan and the palm fibre is harvested from Sri Lanka.