Helva Wooden Dish Brush

$9.00 USD $14.00
Ships February 22, 2024

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Description

Our Helva wooden dish brush is a sustainable switch for your plastic dish brushes and comes in two colorways. The handle and brush head are made from Bamboo with agave and sisal fiber bristles. It is held together with silver metal wire and includes a small wire loop at the end for hanging to dry. This brush can be used to wash general dishes and loosen stuck on food. We also like to use it to clean stubborn stains around the house. 

Pair it with our other all natural brushes and soaps, as well as soap and brush dishes. And don't forget to buy some additional replaceable heads (choose the option that says "replaceable head", then see below "Pairs Well With" section to add the replaceable head to your cart.

See the Pairs Well With section below for more all natural brushes, soap blocks and containers/dishes to set your soap on and hold your brushes. We've curated an extensive collection so that your counter looks amazing and your eco-friendly cleaning is perfected.

Looking for a kit? The Fern and Millie dishwashing setups are the top selling items on our site and what Kassina uses daily. See below. 

Dimensions

Beech w/ Replaceable head : 5" L x 2.5" W x 2" H
Walnut & Beech w/ Leather straps : 9"L x 2"W x 2"H

Materials

Beech wood, sisal, agave and metal.

Our founder's story

A shop with purpose

“When something happens to the magnitude of what happened to me, it changes you forever and makes you appreciate life,” Years after her traumatic experience, Kassina was experiencing sensory issues that she would later find out were physical manifestations of her trauma.

“Through research and therapy, I've learned that the way I was approaching design regulated the nervous system. Every human experiences the world through their nervous system, which then tells the brain how to respond. For trauma survivors and those with chronic stress, those signals get garbled and you can experience sensory overload. For years I was applying all these design principles that I didn’t have a name for, but they were ways to design spaces that I could comfortably exist in.”

All of her signature principles — specific light placement and dimming, acoustics, soft-edged furnishings, organic and monochromatic colors, shapes and textural layers — bring a sense of comfort and safety, as much as aesthetic, to regulate the nervous system. She launched her shop on a mission to bring her nervous-system-regulating principles to everyone. Even if someone hasn't experienced trauma they can bring a sense of calm to their home through her design principles and the goods she sells.