The brush head and inner tube can be replaced. A rubber ring at the top ensures air-tight closure, while extra weight at the base ensures good stability.
Jette Egelund, 1997
Stainless steel, powder coated steel, rubber
H: 43,5 cm, Ø: 9 cm
Stainless steel surfaces should be cleaned and polished with a microfiber cloth, glass cleaner or other non-abrasive and gentle cleaning agents. Lacquered surfaces should be cleaned with a moist cloth. Rubber parts should be cleaned with a moist cloth. Apply silicone spray for better finish. Vipp products with dark surfaces should be cleaned with a soft brush and, if stained, with a bit of water. Then wipe with dry cloth.
The inner tube can be removed for cleaning. The brush head can be replaced.
In 1992, Holger Nielsen’s youngster daughter, Jette Egelund, takes over Vipp. Her passion and zeal to further develop Vipp’s range results in an entirely new product in 1997 – the Vipp toilet brush with clear kinship to Holger Nielsen’s bin..
”The design process behind the toilet brush was turned upside down compared to how Vipp designs today. I had no drawings or specifications, just knowledge of the materials and a desire to work with the ingredients of the Vipp bin in a new way.” Jette Egelund, owner of Vipp.