Your Guide to a Clean Mould-Free Wooden Dish Brush
We often get asked
"What's the best way to keep a wooden dish brush or any wooden kitchen tool clean...and free from mould"
Fact is, we choose natural products because they naturally biodegrade back to nature, so the aging process is something we can't avoid.
You can however, do something about prolonging the life of your wooden brush in a few easy steps.
We have tested a few solutions below you can easily try at home.
1. Fill a cup with Distilled White Vinegar & add a dash of liquid soap of dishwash liquid.
2. Leave it to soak for 10-15 minutes
3. Rinse with warm water and see the difference
4. For optimal effect: Leave to dry in the sun
General care & Maintenance
Do this every 2 weeks & keep using your dish brush every day
...and then time to relax
Note that bleach should not be used to kill mold found on wood. While bleach is very effective for killing mold on non-porous surfaces, it doesn’t work well when it comes to wood. This is because the chlorine in bleach can’t penetrate wood, so only the water portion of the bleach gets absorbed.