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Collection: Eco Coconut

Eco-Friendly Kitchen Cleaning by Eco Coconut

Eco manufacturing doesn't get much better than the way Eco Coconut do it. Their factory in Sri Lanka...

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  • Recyclable Scourers
    Recyclable Scourers - Life Before Plastik
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    Eco Coconut
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    £4.75
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  • Recyclable Dish Brush
    Recyclable Dish Brush - Life Before Plastik
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    Eco Coconut
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    £4.99
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  • Bottle Brush
    Bottle Brush - Life Before Plastik
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    Eco Coconut
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    £4.99
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Collection: Eco Coconut

Eco-Friendly Kitchen Cleaning by Eco Coconut

Eco manufacturing doesn't get much better than the way Eco Coconut do it. Their factory in Sri Lanka is award winning, Eco Coconut are award winning and quite frankly, their mission is fantastic. 

By Eco Coconut becoming a household name, we are preventing sponges, plastic washing up brushes and scrubbers from ending up in landfill. None of those products can be recycled and are awful for the environment. There is a solution and the solution can be scourers, washing up brushes and bottle brushes made from coconuts. 

Eco Coconut want to provide the consumer with an option to reduce their plastic waste and to switch to a natural and fully biodegradable product. By providing an affordable option they are helping to prevent an incredible amount of plastic waste. 

Each of their washing up products works just as (if not more) affectively than their plastic counterpart. They are strong, organically sourced and won't scratch your dishes! Once they've come to the end of their lives you can just pop them into your garden waste. Simple.