In the late 1900s century a small brush manufacturing started out in Stockholm. It was a successful movement so successful that it remains today. Now, as then, every brush is made by hand by visually impaired craftsmen. It brings new dimensions to the concept of sensitively made by hand.
All brushes are of exclusive design and made mostly from natural materials. You will find our products in our own stores as well as in many other lovely shops around Sweden and worldwide.
Pots and pans don't stand a chance against this handy little dish brush! Our two variants are suitable for the toucher stains and harder-to-clean pans, but can also be used for scrubbing in general.
Materials, finishes & dimensions
Birch, Horsehair / Tampico fibre*
Tampico fibre is made from a plant unique to the semi-desertic areas of northern Mexico , the Agave Lechugilla. It has been exported for centuries all over the world to manufacture cords, ropes and stricks or to be used as a filler in the brush making industries for brushes, scrubbers and brooms for industrial and personal use.
The natural colour of the fibe is creamy white, but it is often dyed other colours. Tampico fibre has great liquid holding and release properties - it will absorb 65% more water than plastic fillings. It has a unique surface roughness due to crystals of calcium oxalate embedded in the surface. There is really no plastic substitute for Tampico fibre. The fibre is unsurpassed in most general sweeping applications, and in all applications requiring liquid retention, scrubbing and surface finishing.
12.5 x 9.5 cm
Delivery & Returns
Stock items will be dispatched within 48 hours of receiving the order. Information on delivery charges.
Naturally we like to see our customers happy with their order, but should you need to return your order, you can do so up to 14 days after the day of delivery. Read the full terms and conditions.
We want the Iris Hantverk handmade brushes to continue being a joy to use a long time to come. With a little simple care, they will age beautifully. Clean the brushes with washing-up liquid and warm water. Let them dry bristles down, and from time to time oil the wood with mineral oil.