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How To Clean Your Sisal Dry Body Brush

by Michelle Lui |

The bristles of your dry body brush need to be washed depending on how often you use it. It should be weekly if you use it daily or every 2-3 weeks if you use it occasionally.


  1. You can spray with a tea tree oil solution.
  2. Mix 1 part tea tree oil, and 2 parts water into a spray bottle.
  3. Spray the bristles after each use and lay down to dry.


  1. Fill a shallow bowl with warm water. (ie level to just to half of the bristles)
  2. Add three drops of tea tree oil to the water.
  3. Place the brush into the bowl of water moving the bristles around to rinse the dead cells and dirt.
  4. Soak it for a few minutes.
  5. Repeat with a clean bowl of warm water to rinse.
  6. Shake the excess water from the brush.
  7. Lay the brush face down (bristles down) onto a dry towel. Let it air dry. (not in direct sunlight) You want the bristles to dry properly because bacteria growth can occur when it’s damp.

Note: The wood base should not come into contact with water when cleaning your dry brush. This may cause it to crack or rot.