French Sink Essentials Brush Set
Everything by the kitchen sink.
Voila: A set of kitchen sink brushes that look good together and get the job done—French campagne practicality at its finest. First on stage is the sturdy get-in-your-pan Saucepan Brush, a low, round grip with tough bristles angled at 45° to help you get those tough corners. Grease begone!
Next in the set is the Handled Dish Brush, an all-around class act that works on dishes large and small. It comes with a handy metal hook at the end to keep your kitchen area tidy and prevents water from pooling around the wood. But wait, there’s a surprise: The head of the brush is removable and doubles as a pot scrubber.
Following this act, we present the "Bistro" Bottle Brush, a slim number with a flexible stainless steel stem that eases itself around corners and angles. The end of the brush is topped off with long bristles to help you reach the bottom of bottles without the metal stem making scratches.
And last but not least, the Veggie Brush, a waxed beech wood hand-held brush with a dual personality: a soft side for your tender fruits and veggies, and a tough side for your potatoes, radishes and carrots.
Photography by Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Saucepan Brush Beech wood and tough mixed vegetable fibers; Handled Dish Brush Beech wood and tough mixed vegetable fibers; Vegetable Brush Beech wood and mixed vegetable fibers; "Bistro" Bottle Brush Stainless steel and nylon
Saucepan Brush 3.5" L x 3.5" D x 3.5" H; Handled Dish Brush 7" L x 3" D x 1" H; Vegetable Brush 5.5" L x 1.6" D x 1.95" H; "Bistro" Bottle Brush 17.75" L x 2.4" D x 2.4" H
Care & Notes
Wash in hot soapy water and rinse. Shake excess moisture off and allow to dry.
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