STRAW CARE

Timber straws are gently rinsed and dried before delivery to you.

BEFORE USING THE FIRST TIME
Wash in warm water.

DISPOSAL
All straws can be composted, sent to landfill or recycled.

RECYCLE PROGRAM
Return used timber straws to us.
We upcycle into circular economy products.
 
REUSABLE STRAWS
Like other utensils, rinse or wash reusable straws after every use. Delicate reusable straws should be hand-rinsed or hand-washed. All straws can be composted, sent to landfill or recycled.

DISPOSABLE STRAWS
All straws can be composted, sent to landfill or recycled.

CLEANING BRUSH
Use a straw or bottle cleaning brush to remove stubborn leftovers. Make sure you have the right diameter brush (snug fit) and the right length.

DISHWASHER & HAND-WASH
Suitable reusable straws should be placed in the dishwasher cutlery basket or hand-washed in hot soapy water, then rinsed clean.

DRYING
Always let your straws dry fully while they are standing up. Straws are a natural product with no chemical protection. Prolonged damp straws may grow mold. Boil the straws with a few teaspoons of white vinegar for 2 minutes and they will be mold free.

STAINING
Extended contact with salt, vinegar, egg, tomato sauce, acidic fruits, detergents and some tap water mineral salts may cause discoloration, pitting or staining.

WARNING
If a crack or split appears,
dispose of the straw immediately. If you believe the straw is faulty, not of acceptable quality, does not match the description provided or is not fit for purpose please contact us. Straws will deteriorate over time, depending on how they are used and cleaned.

People with mobility or learning challenges should take care with sharp tip or angle end straws.

Adult supervision of children is one of the keys to using straws correctly and ensuring child safety.