For less spills and the ultimate sip. Easily packed into school lunch boxes or tucked into your clutch bag for happy hour cocktails, because (let’s face it) some cocktails just can’t be consumed without a straw!
Accompanied with a travel pouch so that you can always carry your clean straws with you and tuck your dirty straws away. Just pop the travel pouch in the washing machine with your next load if needed.
2 x reusable straight stainless-steel straws
20.5cm length, 6mm diameter
1 x extra thick flexi-brush for cleaning
1 x washable travel pouch
How do you clean a reusable straw?
Our stainless-steel straws are crafted from the highest quality, food grade stainless steel, which means they can go in the dishwasher and won’t corrode. Just pop them in the cutlery holder with your next wash.
No dishwasher? No problem. Or maybe your straws just need and extra thorough clean every now and then. Just soak your straws in hot, soapy water and then scrub the inside using the straw cleaner. The cleaning brushes are flexible and extra thick to make sure you get a thorough clean and no debris. Rinse, dry and then pop them back in the pouch for next time.
Are reusable straws sanitary?
Yes! The smooth, non-corrosive finish of food grade stainless steel means that any debris can be safely cleaned away. They won’t rust and can be cleaned at extremely high temperatures.
Do stainless steel straws have a taste?
Nope. Stainless steel doesn’t react with anything in your drink, so your drink will taste as good as it should.
Can you use stainless steel straws for hot drinks?
You sure can. The stainless-steel will only heat up to the temperature of the drink.
Which straw is best for me?
Not sure which style of straw to choose?
Our bent tip straws are great for kids, cocktails or cafe style sipping
Why choose a reusable straw?
In Australia alone, we use about 10 million straws a day, adding up to 3.5 billion a year!
On average, plastic straws are used for 15-30 minutes and then become waste. They can’t be recycled, so they go straight to landfill where they can take up to 500 years to break down. They often become pollution and are one of the most common items found in beach cleans. It is estimated that about 70 million plastic straws end up in the ocean’s every year where, if they not are consumed by or cause injury to marine animals such as sea turtles and sea birds, they break down into microplastic, contributing to ocean acidity and global warming. Plastic straws are part of the much larger issue of plastic pollution, but don’t let your next plastic straw be the one that broke the camel’s back.
A stainless-steel straw is a straw for life. So why not make your reusable straw the last straw you will ever need.