Safix 100% coconut fibre wash pad.

(156 customer reviews)

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Description

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.

Durable and safe for hands, nails, non stick pans even for cleaning your carrots ready for Sunday dinner!

Exclusive to Save Some Green, available only from here and Save Some Green stockists.

  • 100% Biodegradable
  • Will not scratch non-stick pans
  • Kind to hands and nails
  • Suitable for Vegan and Vegetarians.
  • Compostable
  • Made using only natural plant products
  • 10 x 7 x 1.5 cm

Additional information

Weight 0.015 kg
Dimensions 10 × 7 × 1.5 cm

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4 reviews with a 3-star rating

  1. Janet MacIntyre

    Janet MacIntyre (verified owner)

    I find after only one a few days use the fibres come off the pad rather too easily. It works quite well otherwise .

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  2. Jason MATEER

    Jason MATEER (verified owner)

    Good but too pricey, hence 3 out of 5

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  3. Tanya K.

    Tanya K. (verified owner)

    3.5 * really – I love all the eco credentials and I’m moving towards a zero waste lifestyle, BUT this really doesn’t produce as much suds as a regular sponge, and it takes awhile for it to soften and become pliable enough to reach any concave surfaces. Still beats the ball out of the water as far as not ending up as another piece of disposable plastic-derivative in landfills, but it didn’t work out as well as I had hoped for. Sticking with it for now but going to look for alternatives afterwards.

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