Eco Living Dust Pan & Brush Set With Magnets

Eco Living Dust Pan & Brush Set With Magnets


This vintage style, plastic free, dust pan and brush set looks SO nice!



This vintage style, plastic free, dust pan and brush set looks SO nice! The brush is made of sustainable beech wood and natural coir (coconut fibre bristles) meannig it can be put in your compost bin when it reaches the end of it's life!

The pan is also plastic free and made of metal and sustainable beech wood!


    • Plastic free
    • Beechwood
    • Use as a coal/wood fire shovel or for everyday household sweeping
    • Held together with two magnets for easy storage

        Did you know that a lot of cleaning sponges and cloths contain plastic (I know right, wtf!) so whilst you're scrubbing away, little parts of your chosen cleaner are breaking off and going into the water system.

        That means microplastics are potentially going to end up in the ocean, just from you doing some washing up! As soon as I discovered this I switched to a plastic free sponge right away but unfortunately, the one I bought came wrapped in plastic (ahhh!).

        I'm so happy that I can now offer solutions from amazing brands that send things to me plastic free that are reusable, sustainable and made to last!

        Why I Love This

        I only stock brands that I use myself so you know when you order from Plastic Freedom, you already have that trust that it's been tried and tested!


        About Eco Living

        Eco Living create some killer zero waste products that are manufactured responsibly and are plastic-free and vegan!

        "We are committed to doing the least harm to the environment. Our company is carbon neutral, we also plant trees through Eden Reforestation Projects for the purpose of reforestation, agroforestry and reducing extreme poverty through the employment of local villagers.

        We are a member of 1% for the Planet, a global network of businesses, nonprofits and individuals working together for a healthy planet. More than $175 Million dollars given back to the environment."

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