Eco-Friendly Cleaning Kit
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A green way to clean.
We’re all about farm to table, but we could do without the mess that comes with it. But that’s no reason not to fill your house with vegetables and fruit -- you just need to be prepared. This set of tools gets your organic produce squeaky clean, helps prep potatoes in a flash, and scrubs up any leftover mess.
Two ring-shaped vegetable brushes with sturdy bristles help clean produce (especially useful for root vegetables like beets and potatoes). One potato brush makes it easy to clean and remove the eyes from potatoes. And finally, the pack of scouring pads makes quick work of a messy countertop. The scouring pads are actually made from walnut shells (how cool?!), and the others use bamboo and recycled plastic -- so add 'eco-friendly' to the list of things we love about these cleaning tools.
Photography by James Ransom and Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Bamboo, recycled plastic, walnut shells
Ring brush: 3.5" x 1.2" x 3.7''(1.8 ounces); Potato brush: 2" x 1.8" x 3.7''(3.25 ounces); Scouring pads: 5.5" x 3.3" x 0.3" (2 ounces)
Care & Notes -
Bamboo items are not dishwasher safe. Bristles should be cleaned with hot soapy water between uses. Coat bamboo with a natural oil on occasion to keep it in best condition.
Meet the Maker
NEW YORK, NY
Full Circle is the result of a vision shared by a group of friends: a brand that balances style, function, sustainability and affordability in every single product. Dissatisfied with the poor selection of quality green goods on the market, they began to create products that are of superior design and creativity, combined with eco-friendly materials and functional efficacy. The name Full Circle comes from their philosophy that a product’s life cycle should be cyclical rather than linear.View Full Profile
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