After designing the Everloop toothbrush, someone asked us if we could apply the same principle to tackle waste from dish brushes around the world. We took up the challenge and came up with an innovative solution.
The head of the brush has a concave lid mechanism which compresses
the bristles against the inner part of the brush.
Everloop was born after trying to find a solution for the toothbrush disposal epidemic and analyzing the different sustainable options in the market.
This concavity also functions as a soap container and dispenser, the soap is dispensed by gravity as it is washed using the brush.
The user can open it by simply using any flat piece of the kitchen as a lever to replace a new set of bristles.
The body of the brush is made of recycled plastic from discarded accessories.
The bristles are made from natural fibers (bamboo, castor beans, etc).
The bristles that are disposed have no plastic, which makes them 100% compostable compared to the disposable heads in the market with plastic components.
The brush is produced in three finishes all made from plastics recycled from other brushes on the market.
Each brush is exhibited hanging by its body and can then be purchased in any supermarket.
The packaging is made out of 100% compostable thermoformed paper pulp.
Each brush in its packaging has a set of 5 bristles, refills can be purchased in any supermarket to extend the life cycle of the product.
Everloop Dish Brush | NOS Design Consulting | 2021
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