STRAW CLEANER BRUSH
Keep your Reusable Glass Straw crystal clear with the right brush!
- Skinny Brush- Fits the Skinny Straws
- Classic Short- Good for Straight Classic or Wide Straws (Longer straws will need to be cleaned from both ends
- Classic XLong- Good for Bent Classic or Wide Straws
NON TOXIC colors
Non-porous and hypo-allergenic
Helps minimize Teeth Sensitivity and Erosion
Reduces teeth staining
Both microwave and dishwasher safe
Borosilicate glass (strongest commercially available glass)
Main ingredients: Quartz Sand (silica) and boron oxide
Handmade in California
Sleeve & Koozie:
Versatile, strong & durable
Natural pest & disease resistant
Resist odors & mold
Natural antibacterial properties
No more clinking
No more hassles
No more rust
Patent-pending food grade silicon grommet
Universal sizes- fits any regular or wide mouth mason jar
Remove silicone ring inside the rim, wash separately to ensure that you remove all food particles & Dry immediately after washing
Brush:Cylinder brush with handle length to fit your needs
Bristles stiffer, wears longer & cleans easier
Stainless steel handle
Glass Straw Cleaning
Your glass straw is dishwasher safe or you may choose to use warm soapy water with our size approximate cleaning brush for a spotless, immaculate and pristine straw. We recommend after every use to rinse with clear water and either place in an upright container (utensil holder) or place in your antibacterial hemp sleeve for protection.
Mason Jar Cleaning
Your mason jar is dishwasher safe or you may choose to use warm soapy water with a sponge. If you have hard to remove green smoothies residue or it has a brownish tint that doesn't scrub off, isopropyl alcohol or white vinegar with salt mixture is one of the best glass cleaners for non-optical glass.
Pour in a small amount alcohol/vinegar, add some salt, swish it around some. Then wipe with a rag or sponge. Scrub with a small brush if needed. Finally, clean as you normally would to remove the salt. Works great to remove film that detergents or glass cleaners leave behind.
Mason Jar Lids
Your mason jar lid is dishwasher safe or you may choose to use warm soapy water with a sponge. First be sure to remove the inside silicone rim ring to be sure you remove all food particles, the silicone straw grommet can be left in place in the straw hole.
Be sure to dry thoroughly to prevent water spots on the lid and staining on the silicone.