Bürstenhaus Redecker 13.6-inch Soft Horsehair Bottle Brush
- Brush made of 100% pure light horse hair
- Features a special shape ideal for thorough cleaning of bottles
- Perfect for cleaning of milk bottles, baby bottles, specialty beer glasses, thermal pitchers, coffee mugs, etc
- Brush body made of beechwood and the natural colors will vary somewhat from the product image
- Made in Germany
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This brush has a special shape that makes it ideal for thorough cleaning of milk bottles, baby bottles, specialty beer glasses, thermal pitchers, coffee mugs, etc. Bürstenhaus Redecker is one of the last producers of hand-crafted brushes in Germany and has been making brushes for over 75 years! Today Redecker offers an extensive selection of both traditional and highly modern brushes and wooden articles for all areas of life. Handcrafted in Germany.
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I actually love this brush. It feels nice in the hand, is made of such wonderful quality materials, I never imagined natural components would perform and hold up so well. I was buying a new OXO plastic and metal brush every month before this. That's approx $8 each 30 days, that's about $240 a each year on dish brushes. No kidding. And they were a pain to use.
Not this one, I love it and hope it's produced a long time. It's worth every penny.
Simple care of it: do not leave it in standing water, let it dry out between uses, easy enough, and your's will last as long as mine.
I love my bottle brush! It works great to get down into the corners and oddly shaped spaces in the jars and bottles I use. I have moved away from plastic, so I reuse jars a lot and some of them just have a small opening. I am always nervous trying to cram my hand down into a bottle for fear of an unseen chip or it breaking and cutting my hand. This brush is long enough to get down into even my tallest jars, and its bristles are positioned to clean from all angles. It is taller than the brushes I have used in the past so it took a bit to get used to the longer handle but no problem now. The ONLY thing I would like to see changed about it, would be for there to be a small hole drilled at the end of the handle so I could put a loop of twine in there to hang it to dry. But I plan to find a drill and fix that myself.
Someday this thing will die and I'll buy another one... but its not there yet.