Bubble Up Dish Brush
Bubble Up Dish Brush
Bubble Up Dish Brush

Full Circle Home Bubble Up Dish Brush

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Small but mighty, the Bubble Up Dish Brush from Full Circle Home makes scrubbing simple by creating lush suds with ease. With an ergonomic bamboo handle that comfortably fits in the palm of your hand, this eco-friendly dish brush uses strong recycled plastic bristles to take down grease, grit, and grime anywhere in your home. From Certified B Corp Company Full Circle Home, this high-quality, BPA-free dish brush is the perfect addition to your non-toxic kitchen.
B Corp
The B Lab is a third-party, non-profit organization that certifies companies as socially and environmentally responsible. B Corps are businesses that go above and beyond traditional business models and aim to create positive change in the world through their practices. These companies must meet rigorous transparency and accountablity standards, while doing what is best for people and the environment.

As a member of the grass family, bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants on earth. It requires no irrigation, pesticides or fertilizers to grow, and can be harvested within 3-5 years, as compared to approximately 30+ years for traditional hardwoods. Bamboo is extremely adaptable and produces more oxygen per acre than large tree species, while using a fraction of the water to grow. Its durable and lightweight qualities make bamboo a great alternative for hard wood products!

BPA Free
Products that are labeled as BPA free do not contain Bisphenol A, a chemical commonly found in plastic products. Studies on BPA exposure have shown that high levels of BPA could lead to hormone disruption, effects on behavior and brain function, reproductive problems, breast cancer, heart disease, infertility, and more.

Plastic Bank Partner
This brand works with Plastic Bank to measure, reduce, and offset their plastic usage by funding recycling and ocean cleanup efforts in underdeveloped communities around the world. This means that in addition to helping clean up our oceans, they're also investing in recycling infrastructure in developing nations. A brand's partnership with Plastic Bank involves offsetting various amounts of their plastic usage, from partial, to full (plastic neutral) or even offsetting more plastic than they produce (plastic negative).

Recycled Plastic
Recycling is the process of taking an otherwise-discarded item or material and cleaning, sorting, and breaking it down into its basic form (such as fibers or pellets). This material is then used to produce new items. Recycling keeps useful materials from being discarded in landfills, prevents resource extraction due to the creation of new materials, and provides a new life for used items. Recycling can utilize both pre-consumer waste (materials left over from production) or post-consumer materials (used clothing, empty water bottles, etc). Recycled plastic utilizes salvaged post-industrial plastic scraps and post-consumer products such as water bottles and other plastic containers, and transforms them into new products. The containers are sorted, crushed, and then heated to form resins, which are liquid plastics that can harden into new shapes. These resins can be molded and used to create anything from carpet to outdoor furniture. Recycling plastic lowers the amount of petroleum extracted and the production of greenhouse gasses associated with first-time plastic production. Plus, by using these existing materials, we're benefiting from the original energy and resources spent to create them in the first place, while diverting waste from the landfill.

Full Circle Home

Starting from an idea conceived at Thanksgiving dinner between four friends, and evolving into a company with sustainable products for everyone to buy and love, Full Circle has grown and thrived. Full Circle is a B Corp certified company dedicated to making sustainable products, including long-lasting necessities made out of sustainable and natural materials. Full Circle has turned co-founder Heather Kauffman's dream of "living clean" into a reality with products conducive to the "green" mentality. They care about their products and pay attention to the smallest of details; they understand that it's the little things that make a big difference in the long run. Full Circle has demonstrated that passion can unite people, even from completely different backgrounds, to apply their beliefs to create a healthier world.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 34 reviews
Carolyn A.
perfect solution for scrubbing needs

I've found that eco-friendly sponges weren't durable and tough-cleaning enough like the blues ones with the scratchy backsides. Pots and pans never really got clean with eco-friendly options, no matter how hard I scrubbed and lathered. It defeats the point of using compostable sponges if I'm still using the other ones occasionally. BUBBLE UP DISH BRUSH has solved my problem. It actually works better than the blue sponges for tough, stuck on food. I leave it in a small shallow dish by the sink and everyone in the family is now using it.


They’re awesome for cleaning and I would highly recommend them!


This little brush makes me so happy! The bamboo handle is super comfortable in your hand, it works well, and I wish the product picture could show you the other side of the brush- the bamboo is layered, and it looks just beautiful. It's like a little functional piece of art at your kitchen sink!

Glad I switched!

I got tired of wasting sponges and liquid dish soap. My only regret is not switching to this brush and a solid dish soap sooner. I wish the bristles were made from a natural material, but one can hope.

Hey there! We love that you are enjoying thew dish brush and have moved away from sponges and liquid dish soap. That is so awesome! You're right, it would be great if the bristles were made from a natural material, but they do use recycled plastics which we appreciate and is so important. The more we can recycle the plastic that already exists in our system, the closer we are to closing the loop! üôÇ
If you are interested in finding a dish brush that uses natural materials for the bristles, we love the Redecker Handcrafted Dish Brush. They are made from Tampico fiber, which is derived from agave and yucca plants. Super cool!

Looks great and works great

Took a little to get used to but I love it and have bought multiple now. Lasts a long time compared to a standard sponge and gets the job done great! Happy that the bristles are at least made with recycled materials but it would be great to compost the whole thing--then it would be perfect!

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