Green Oil Bicycle Brush

Sustainable bike brush

€17,49

Sustainably made bike brush with cog spike, built to last for years. Made from FSC-certfied wood and plant-based bristles

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Description

The Green Oil Bike Brush is a bike brush that’s designed to last for years. It’s sustainably made with a sturdy handle of FSC-certified wood and long-lasting plant-based bristles.

Many bike brushes wear out within a year, shedding plastic bristles as they go, but the Bicycle Brush has been designed to last for over ten years of normal use. The durable bristles soften slightly when wet and don’t clog like plastic bristles, so you can really scrub hard at your sprockets without causing damage.

The ergonomically shaped handle also has a ‘cog spike’ on the end for getting into all the mud and detritus that builds up in your derailleur cogs. This spike is rounded in one direction and edged on the other for scraping mud out.

Features

Key Features

  • Sustainably made using FSC certified wood and plant-based bristles
  • Stiff bristles for cleaning grime off tyres and drive trains
  • Cog spike on the handle for scraping mud off derailleur cogs
  • Designed to last for over ten years of normal use

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Materials

Handle: FSC-certified wood
Bristles Plant-based material

Origin: UK

Care & Environmental Advice

Product Care Information

Green Oil recommend drying out your brush indoors, or in the sun after use to keep it in good conditions, for a long Bicycle Brush life.

Environmental considerations

The Bicycle Brushes uses wood from FSC-certified sources. The Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC) is a global, non-profit organisation promoting responsible forest management. FSC wood is sustainably grown to protect existing forests, their ecosystems and the people who depend on them

The Bike Brush is designed to last for over ten years but, even if it does wear out, the print is biodegradable so you can bung it in your compost bin.

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