Toothbrush Case - Liquid Wood
Now, this is a smart toothbrush case. It’s made from liquid wood - a leftover part of trees that is unused during the paper-making process. It’s flexible, durable and tactile and 100% organic. With over 100 million pounds of wood wasted from making paper, this toothbrush really taps into sustainability. No extra land is taken to grow it. It simply recycles wood waste and combines it with natural resin, flax and fibres. This liquid material is then moulded into items that are as strong and practical as plastic, without any plastic.
How to use
Do not store a soaking wet toothbrush into the case. Always shake out any water. In need of a new toothbrush? How about a 100% bamboo one?
Meet the maker
Croll & Denecke
Croll & Denecke was established by Gustav Croll and Theodor Denecke in 1897 and makes wellness accessories harnessed from nature, in a responsible and environmentally-friendly way. Today, Peter and Nina Hankiewicz run the family enterprise, which is specialized in using raw natural materials for creating products used every day.
Made from leftover parts of trees that are unused (usually wasted) during the paper-making process, and combined with natural resin, fibers and flax. Breaks down quickly and organically into eco-safe by-products like carbon dioxide and water.
Each day, about 8 million pieces of plastic find their way into the ocean, killing well over a million marine animals a year. Plastic doesn't biodegrade, so swapping your plastic products for natural ones is a sure-fire way to help the environment.
Composting is an environmentally friendly way to get rid of natural waste. It improves soil quality, reduces the need for chemical fertilisers and helps you grow tasty veggies and lovely flowers!
- Sustainably & ethically sourced (made from recycled beech wood).
- Natural & sustainable.
- 100% biodegradable.
- Completely plastic-free!
- Protects your toothbrush from dust and chemicals.
- Keeps your toothbrush clean during travelling.
- Strong and lightweight.
- Easy to clean.