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Safix Dish Wash Scrub Pad - Regular

Why use a plastic scourer that will scratch your lovely shiny pans when you can have a biodegradable non-scratch Coconut Hair Scouring Pad. Made from the hair of a coconut and bonded with a natural latex, these are an excellent alternative to the usual green scratchy pads that take off the non-stick on your pans. They are fully compostable and made from natural coconut fibres.

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Product Description


The scrub pad is made from natural coconut fibres bound together by a non-toxic adhesive. While the scrub pad easily removes baked on and stubborn greasy deposits, it will not scratch your delicate surfaces, like glass stove tops.

Safix scrub pads have the following benefits

  • 100% bio-degradable (excellent to use as a firelighter at the end of its life).
  • Lasts 4 times longer than your normal kitchen sponges.
  • Does not rust, splinter or degenerate.
  • Safe and soft on hands and nails.
  • Uses less detergent and scouring powder.
  • Non-scratching.
  • Non-toxic.
  • Odourless.
  • No germs and bacteria
  • Lasts four times longer than any scrubbers available in the market.
  • Does not rust, splinter or degenerate after several uses.
  • Safe and soft for hands and nails.
  • Easily removes baked on, burnt and stubborn greasy deposits from all types of utensils.
  • Uses less detergent and scouring powder.
  • This scrub pad is surface friendly and will not scratch delicate surfaces.
  • Dimensions: 10 cm x 7 cm x 1.5 cm.

The Safix scrub pads are 100% bio-degradable and compostable. When the time comes to finally dispose of them you can

  • Cut them into pieces and “plant” in your garden.
  • Add them to your compost bin.
  • Use them as a natural and eco-friendly firelighter.

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