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Large Palm Dish Brush

Large Palm Dish Brush

Regular price $26.00
Regular price Sale price $26.00
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This dishwashing brush made of oil-treated beechwood and horse hair* is intended for everyday use and is a sustainable alternative to plastic, synthetic-bristle brushes. The knob-shaped handle offers a comfortable grip and the wide-set bristles make for quick work. The soft and durable bristle head is ideal for washing all types of dishes, including non-stick cookware and easily scratched surfaces. 

Small changes to natural (and beautiful) cleaning brushes is a simple way to foster feelings of joy and contentment in the humble, ordinary moments of our lives and an easy swap toward a zero-waste lifestyle.

*horse hair is cruelty-free, ethically sourced hair from the tails of horses only, which is a sustainable and renewable source of natural fiber.

Handmade in Sweden by visually impaired artisans.


4" wide x 3" tall.

Materials & Care

Oil treated beech wood and horsehair*

*horse hair is cruelty-free, ethically sourced hair cut from the tails of living horses only, which is a sustainable and renewable source of natural fiber.

Allow brush to dry out when not in use to prolong its life.

Shipping & Packaging

Shipping is always free for orders over $100 (Domestic US). A $6.50 flat rate applies otherwise.

We use 100% compostable and recyclable packing supplies— paper (in multiple forms) being the most common. Apart from the clear protective sleeves for our art prints, we never use plastic.


Undamaged/unused products may be returned within 14 days of purchase for a full refund on the original payment method. 

Some products – due to final clearance, weight, or fragility – are not eligible for return (will be noted in the product description).

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A Heritage of Quality Craftsmanship

Iris Hantverk is a small business based in Sweden that is continuing the heritage of traditional Swedish brush binding. Hand-bound brushes are made by visually impaired craftsmen in Stockholm and Estonia.

Iris Hantverk’s hope is that the appreciation for the quality of a hand drawn brush will allow for them to continue the tradition and preserve the jobs of the visually impaired.

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