This eco-friendly bamboo toothbrush stand is a great alternative to plastic stands that eventually end up in our landfills. Bamboo is a sustainable material and, unlike plastic, can be composted at the end of its life. It will take you one step further on your journey towards a zero-waste bathroom.
This lightweight and bacteria-resistant stand will keep your bamboo toothbrush dry and clean so that it lasts longer. It’s an environmentally friendly and stylish way to hold a toothbrush, providing a perfect snug fit for it. It’s made from sustainably grown MOSO bamboo and is fully compostable. It has a hole underneath to help drain excess water.
Brush It On donate 100% of their profits to conservation projects that protect the world's oceans, forests, and wildlife. Pure Objective has elected to support Ocean Preservation when you purchase any Brush It On item from the PØ website.
Our oceans need your help! Plastic rubbish is predicted to outweigh fish in our oceans by 2050. Brush It On's Nemo products were designed to help The Australian Marine Conservation Society conserve marine habitats. Brush It On contribute to their programs focused on keeping our oceans in their healthiest and most natural state, without pressures from over fishing and pollution. Their profits help distribute living plastic-free pack to raise awareness around plastic pollution.
All orders are processed within 1-3 business days.
All products are packed in recycled paper boxes and/or envelopes. Brush It On adhere to a strict plastic-free policy and use Australia Post's carbon-neutral parcel delivery.
About Brush It On
Brush It On was created to fight plastic pollution by helping you make conscious choices without sacrificing your lifestyle.
When Viviana and Alice learned there is meant to be more plastic than fish in our oceans by 2050, they got quite upset and decided to take an active part in saving our planet. Viv and Alice created Brush It On to fight plastic pollution by helping people make conscious choices without sacrificing their lifestyle.