Dish Brush for Glass
by Iris Hantverk
- Materials: Oil Birch / Horsehair
- Weight: 65g
- Diameter: 75mm / 2 8/9″
- Height: 220mm / 8 2/3″
This upright dish brush has a round head with soft bristles that makes this an excellent brush for glass, as it can reach all corners and cleans without scratching.
All Iris Hantverk brushes are of exclusive design and made mostly from natural materials.
Crafted by Iris Hantverk in Sweden
In the late 1900s century a small brush manufacturing started out in Stockholm under the name of Iris Hantverk. It was a successful movement; so successful that it remains today. Now, as then, every product is made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen. It brings new dimensions to the concept of sensitively made by hand.
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