Remake Ceramics custom DISH BLOCK® dish soap and brush holder (and Giveaway)

Remake Ceramics custom DISH BLOCK® dish soap and brush holder (and Giveaway)

Kari of Remake Ceramics in San Diego makes small batch ceramic pieces in her studio. As a user of the DISH BLOCK® solid dish soap, she was looking to create the perfect holder for it and to keep her dish brushes dry. 

This brilliant design she came up with has everything you'll need in a dish soap holder (it fits the massive DISH BLOCK® dish soap 22.9 oz size!), it has a brush holder with drain holes and a common drain hole for the whole thing to keep your soap and brushes dry. It also comes with rubberized feet.

Each piece is handmade by Kari in small batches. Due to the limited batch production, she does periodic restocks online. They sell fast. This Saturday at 10am Pacific, she'll be restocking 3 variations of this design on her website (set your calendar to snag one!). 

To celebrate this, we are running a giveaway with Remake Ceramics on Instagram, open to USA and Canada. (now live).


**Giveaway details**

@notoxlife and @remakeceramics have teamed up to gift one lucky winner an everyday low-waste essential kitchen dish washing kit that includes (over $200 value):

  • 1 handmade ceramic Dish Brush Holder with Double Base
  • 3 x DISH BLOCK® solid dish soap (22.9 oz)
  • 2 x WASHCLOUD™ sponge cloth - mushrooms patterns
  • 4 x CASA AGAVE™ dish brushes (mixed styles, long and short handles) 

    To enter you must:

    • Follow @notoxlife @remakeceramics
    • Like this post
    • Tag friends in the comments (each separate comment is an entry)

    Giveaway ends Thursday, Dec 16th at 10 am PST. One randomly selected winner will be notified of winning via comment and private message. Giveaway open to USA and Canadian residents. We will not be responsible if any damages occur during shipping.

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    1 comment

    Please put me on the wait list for when this product is available again.

    Leslie Ferre

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