Glass & Crystal Cleaning Brush


  • Gently clean stemware and crystal
  • Use with Dish Detergent for getting into tight necks and scrubbing glassware, bottles, and decanters.

The Europeans mastered making and drinking wine long before we didso naturally they have the best know-how for cleaning delicate (and often small) glassware. This brush is the must-have tool for getting into tight necks and ensuring a great scrub for glassware, bottles, and decanters.


Use with Dish Detergent for getting into tight necks and scrubbing glassware, bottles, and decanters.

To clean: Clean brush with very hot water and Dish Detergent. Do not put in the dishwasher. Allow brush to dry thoroughly, and hang it between cleaning sessions."

Step 1

For baby bottles, champagne glasses, and stemware use with Dish Detergent.

and dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths.

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Step 2

For French press and coffeemakers, use with Scented Vinegar

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Step 4

Scrub away grime and tough messes using the Linen Knit Dish Cloth.

Did you know...

Redecker is a 75-year-old family owned and run business. Friedrich Redecker became a skilled brush maker when he attended a school for blind children at the age of 4. Two generations later, Redecker is not only still a family business, but forward-thinking in its ecological product offerings and manufacturing sustainability.

All Redecker brushes are handmade using the best natural fibers for cleaning. These durable bristles are safe to use in high temperatures and are longer-lasting and more effective than grocery store-brand brushes.

Limescale is a calcium deposit caused by evaporated hard water and is often found in teakettles, coffeepots, faucets, and bathtubs. A mixture of All-Purpose Bleach Alternative and Scented Vinegar is most effective for removing this buildup.

Always...

Use hot water.

Hang to dry.
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