We’ve Found The Best Stainless Steel Straws!

June 7, 2019 18 comments

We’re absolutely loving these stainless steel straws in our house. Mindful of waste plastic I was looking forward to using these and I’ve not been disappointed. They’re a bit odd at first if you’ve not used metal straws before, it’s like anything new I suppose. I use these and stick them in the cutlery basket of the dishwasher and they come out nice and clean. For anyone who washes up by hand the brushes that come with them will clean them easily and effectively.

These are now in daily use in our house. Like most people we’re trying to cut back on our use of plastic. They look impressive and they are so easy to clean. I like that you get both straight and curved. These can also be used with both hot and cold drinks. My only concern was would the top be smooth enough? The answer is yes.

These straws are fabulous I’m so glad we got to try them out. I might actually get another set so we have enough for all the family. Very sturdy, no sharp edges, no nasty metallic taste. The cleaning brushes are just genius, clean thoroughly. Love the choice of straight or bendy straws, long enough to stand proud in a pint glass.

You can buy these fabulous straws here and if you fancy winning a set for yourself, just enter via the rafflecopter below. We have 6 to giveaway, Good luck!

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  1. My top tips for reducing plastic waste are to read up on the subject. Look on a search engine as there are loads of helpful tips and tricks to drastically reduce plastic waste but we all need to be educated and the best way is to be proactive and look online for as much information as possible.

  2. we recycle and reuse as much as possible, we try to buy as little plastic packaged stuff as possible, supermarkets are starting to improve, but very slowly. Anthony Harrington

  3. Bit by bit – slowly replacing things around our home with sustainable materials – can be quite daunting to try and do everything at once

  4. the 5 of us in our house all use metal reusable drinks bottles so no more plastic bottles of water and we also use a soda stream at home so no more big pop bottles

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