Flexible and sturdy ThermoPlastic Rubber (TPR) bristles combine with an easy-grip handle in this kitchen “must have”.
Quickly get bottles, vases, glassware and other containers spotless by layering on the EnviroSleeve to gently clean delicate glassware, or purchase the EnviroSleeve with Scrubber for extra-tough jobs. And for those hard-to-reach areas, snap on a Bottle Brush Extension.
Vases, bottles and other containers with long, narrow openings can be especially hard to clean. Sometimes your hand can’t fit inside to reach the bottom. And nylon bottle brushes can harbour unwanted bacteria and germs.
The Bottle Brush and EnviroSleeves are perfect for cleaning a variety of jars, bottles and vases. The brush’s ThermoPlastic Rubber bristles are flexible, yet sturdy, and won’t harbour bacteria. The EnviroSleeves slip on easily to scrub away, lift and remove even stuck-on residue. And our Bottle Brush Extensions are great for cleaning hard-to-reach areas.
Use Bottle Brush alone, or paired with the EnviroSleeve or EnviroSleeve with Scrubber to deep clean interiors of baby bottles, vases, jars and more. Add an Extension to the handle for those hard-to-reach areas
Rinse and hang to dry after each use. Bottle Brush and Extensions can also be washed in the dishwasher
Slightly dirty microfibre EnviroSleeves can be washed with Norwex Dishwashing Liquid under warm running water and used again before laundering. Rinse thoroughly after washing and air or machine dry
To launder EnviroSleeves, seal Velcro® closures and launder with a Norwex laundry detergent, which contains no fillers.
Do not use bleach, fabric softeners or dryer sheets.
When using EnviroSleeves on easily scratched surfaces such as brushed stainless steel, first test Norwex Microfibre on an inconspicuous spot.
Use hot or warm water rather than cold to clean glassware. Hot water is more effective at eliminating any remaining bacteria. It breaks down greasy residues more effectively, and can lift dirt away easier as well.
Hard water can leave your glasses dull and cloudy. Putting a few tablespoons of white vinegar on the EnviroSleeve is all you need to clean things up. It will evaporate and leave you without any after-taste, but if you're still worried you can fill a shallow pan or plastic dish tub with hot water and add 2 cups of vinegar to it. Give things a soak, shake off excess water and let sit to dry.