This starter pack is the ultimate tarting point for those wanting to switch over to plastic free kitchen essentials and is comprised of all the most popular Redecker sellers. Plus, buying it altogether saves you some $$$ than if you were to buy is all separately. Yay!
Also makes a great gift!
This kit includes:
- 1 dish brush
- 1 dish brush replacement head
- 1 pot scrubber
- 1 bottle brush
- 1 vegetable scrub brush from Redecker (English version)
- 1 sponge cloth
- 1 kitchen towel
- 1 pack of copper pot scrubbers
- 1 dish block bar from No Tox Life OR 1 solid dish soap bar from Make Nice Co
How to use solid dish soap: Remove excess food from dishes. Make brush or cloth wet and rub onto solid dish soap bar to create a nice lather. Wash dishes as you normally would. (Repeat as needed to refresh suds.) Rise well. Works in warm or cold water. We prefer warm water for best results. For pots and pans, use a scrubber or scourer. If you have hard water, consider using a diluted vinegar rinse after washing with soap.
Keep in a dish which will allow it to drain and dry out between uses.
Please note: using a strong scourer (like the pot scrubber) exclusively on the block will wear it down faster than using a cloth or soft brush (like the White Teak Dish Brush).
No Tox Life Ingredients (Made in USA): Soap Ingredients: Sodium Cocoate*, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate*, Decyl Glucoside*, Quillaja Saponaria Extract**, Glycerin*, Aloe Vera, Purified Water, Sodium Carbonate *Cleansers From Coconut **From The South American Soap Bark Tree
Make Nice Co Ingredients (Made in Canada): Cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, olea europaea (olive) oil, aqua, sodium hydroxide
Brush Care: Ensure that all brushes can dry out completely between uses. Don't let them sit in water for an extended period of time to prevent the brushes from swelling and cracking. If bristles need to be cleaned, you can soak them in a solution of 1 part vinegar and 1 part water for a few minutes.
All wooden brush parts and bristles can be composted. Please remove bristles with pliers to find metal rings that keep bristles in place. Recycle those along with any other metal pieces.