🏠 Use in the Kitchen: The blade-like edge at the front is great as a scraper and the fibrous coir fibres underneath acts like a scrubbing brush. Ideal for removing baked-on food from pans and baking trays without scratching. ♻️ Bio-degradable: Because coconut coir is a naturally occurring fibre when you are finished with the brush you can chuck it in the compost. Just remember to remove the steel wire for recycling. 💪 Durable: Coconut coir fibres are very durable and long lasting, making them a cost effective, as well as an environmental, choice. 🌴 Sustainable: LoofCo farming practices are sustainable, they use coconut coir that is the by-product of the food and oil industry, which would otherwise be burnt. 🐇 Vegan: All LoofCo products have been certified as Vegan by The Vegan Society.
Soak baked-on food in warm water and washing-up liquid.
Use the Scraper to lift off food residue.
The blade-like edge at the front and the fibrous coir fibres underneath acts like a scrubbing brush.
After use rinse and hang up to dry from string loop.
When the bristle-like edge of the Washing-Up Scraper starts to fray, trim with scissors back to a solid edge for months more use.
Coconut coir is the naturally bacteria resistant, stiff fibrous material found between the hard, internal shell and the outer brown coconut husk.
LoofCo use coconuts that are left over from food and oil production industries which would otherwise be wasted or burnt.
Why use Coconut Coir?
Coconut coir fibres remains stiff when wet, whilst also holding liquid, giving excellent non-scratch scrubbing power.
All about LoofCo
LoofCo's mission is to create an alternative to mass-produced plastic brushes, cleaning pads, exfoliators, scrapers and scrubbers.
That's why all LoofCo products are made from the naturally occurring plant fibres of the LOOFah plant and COconuts, hence the name LoofCo!
Skilfully hand-made in Sri Lanka and Egypt, the LoofCo range supports traditional working practices and provides valuable and ethical employment in rural areas.
LoofCo farming practices are sustainable and to the highest environmental standards. They take great care to ensure local farmers are treated fairly, with wages and benefits, such as medical insurance, that are higher than normal rates.