If you don’t own them, I would like to gently suggest you go out and buy some bottle brushes RIGHT N O W. I got mine at Lee Valley and use them all the time. Really. I do!
You are going to find that hard to believe after I explain this next little bit, but it’s nonetheless true.
So … I sat down, all ready to give you a comprehensive list of what you will use your bottle brushes for and came up … pretty much empty.
Mason jars. That’s a given. The reason I got them was to clean the bottom of my mason jars. You know. Where the dried up centipedes linger. And the tomato sauce, and the leftover soup.
I know I use them for a million other things but … what are they? Couldn’t tell ya. I’m at a loss. I know I use them at least once a week. I just can’t remember what for.
So, as it turns out I *can’t* give you a huge list of what you’ll use bottle brushes for. But not because bottle brushes aren’t handy in a hundred different ways. It’s because I’m brain dead for the moment. Better this moment than whilst taking an exam I suppose. Not that I take many exams lately. Or perhaps I do and just can’t remember taking them.
This is turning into quite a nightmare this bottle brush post.
Suffice it to say, in terms of the tools you have around the house I highly recommend bottle brushes.
You’ll use them to clean a million different things.
And once you do … if it isn’t too much trouble, could you shoot me an email letting me know exactly what they are?