The stalk of sorghum (aka. broomcorn) is a perfect material from nature for brushes and brooms. This product is widely used in Asia to clean wok (especially iron wok), pan, and other cookers. The slender yet rigid bristles can thoroughly clean the hot and greasy surface without leaving scratch or harming the non-stick layer.
It is eco-friendly, hygienic, and durable.
- Made of sorghum stalk and ear. 100% natural plant based.
- 27cm long
- Sourced from an artisan workshop in China’s Shandong province, one of the key sorghum-growing regions
- Skillfully hand-wound using traditional techniques and bound with cotton thread colored using natural dye.
- Non-slip handle with comfortable grip.
- Multipurposed. Can also be used as brooms or decorations.
How to take care of it?
Hang and let it air dry after it gets wet. It is durable for years as long as kept dry and mildew-free.
Did you know…?
Sorghum (aka. broomcorn高粱) used to be one of the Five Staple Crops in ancient China. Also, most of the well-known varieties of Chinese baijiu (Chinese national liquor) are distilled from fermented sorghum.
Besides its grains, Sorghum’s stalk and ear are the traditional materials for a serial of kitchen and household essentials, especially in the rural regions of China and Japan.