Stainless Steel Straw in an Organic Cotton Sleeve with Cleaning Brush

Stainless Steel Straw in an Organic Cotton Sleeve with Cleaning Brush Stainless Steel Straw in an Organic Cotton Sleeve with Cleaning Brush Stainless Steel Straw in an Organic Cotton Sleeve with Cleaning Brush Stainless Steel Straw in an Organic Cotton Sleeve with Cleaning Brush

Stainless Steel Straw in an Organic Cotton Sleeve with Cleaning Brush

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€6,61

The to-go straw everyone needs! This straw comes with its own cleaner and carrying case so you can take it with you wherever you need to go!

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This straight straw is made from food-grade stainless steel 304 and comes with its own natural straw cleaner and organic cotton carrying case - perfect for on-the-go!

The straw is 8.7" / 22 cm long and its opening is roughly 0.3" / 0.8 cm in diameter which makes it great for most drinks. 

The straw comes with its own carrying case which is made from GOTS certified organic cotton and features a small fabric loop to fold down the top flap and keep your straw secured. It also includes a straw cleaner made with natural wool bristles.

The best way to keep the straw clean is to rinse it immediately after each use with the accompanied brush cleaner.  The organic cotton pouch can be washed by hand or in the washing machine and should be laid flat to dry.

Happy (sustainable) sipping!

Additional Information:

Dimensions: Straw: 22 cm X 0.8 cm / 8.6" X 0.3". Cleaner : 22.5 cm X 0.8 cm / 8.8" X 0.4". Sleeve: 24 cm X 2.5 cm / 9.5" X 1"

Materials: GOTS certified organic cotton bag, stainless steel 18-8 straw grade 304 and metal cleaner with wool bristles.

Care Instructions: Rinse straw then use straw cleaner to scrub clean. Store in cotton carrying case and wash cotton carrying case in washing machine if necessary.

Country of Manufacture: India.

Health and Environment: BPA-free, phthalate-free, PVC-free and lead-free.



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