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bouffadou-flame blower
bouffadou-flame blower
bouffadou-flame blower
bouffadou-flame blower
  • oiled beechwood handle, aluminium
  • Size: 60 cm
bouffadou-flame blower
bouffadou-flame blower
blow pipe; for the safe and focused fanning of fireplaces and grills
  • oiled beechwood handle, aluminium
  • Size:60 cm
pastry brush
pastry brush
pastry brush
pastry brush
  • untreated beechwood
  • light bristle
  • Size: 20 x 2.4 cm
pastry brush
pastry brush
  • untreated beechwood
  • light bristle
  • Size:20 x 2.4 cm
shoe cleaning brush
shoe cleaning brush
shoe cleaning brush
shoe cleaning brush
  • untreated beechwood
  • coconut fibre/tampico fibre
  • Size: 19.5 cm
shoe cleaning brush
shoe cleaning brush
  • untreated beechwood
  • coconut fibre/tampico fibre
  • Size:19.5 cm
pizza pan
pizza pan
pizza pan
pizza pan
  • blue steel
  • Size: Ø 22 cm
pizza pan
pizza pan
  • blue steel
  • Size:Ø 22 cm

Brushing up your knowledge

… and what makes a brush a Redecker brush.

Our brush materials come from around the world: depending on climate and requirements, animals and plants have adjusted to the local conditions. Today, they help us with their highly specialised materials: stable, slowly grown wood from Europe, water-proof coconut fibre from monsoon regions, extremely hard root fibres from the barren South-American plateaus... nature delivers all materials and all properties free domicile. We just need to look for them…

What puts out good brushes really

Redecker brushes are manufactured, as they have been for decades, primarily from native woods, bristles, hair or vegetable fibres. Different natural materials are used to suit various purposes. Synthetic fibres or plastics are rarely used, only for special requirements.

Brush bodies

The body of the brush can be made of different types of domestic woods. For the main part, woods such as beech, oak, pearwood, and ash are used. Depending on the intended future purpose, the woods are either processed in an untreated state, or oiled, or waxed.The olive tree grows very slowly and because of this, the wood is very hard. The high oil content also makes it water-repellant, so that olivewood is ideal for use in damp environments.ThermowoodThe molecular structure of wood is altered in a kind of “baking” process at high temperature. The wood sugar is caramelized and the pores are closed. Exposure to heat gives the wood a fine, dark color. Wood processed in this way is called thermowood. It absorbs little or no water and is thus practically insensitive to moisture. It is ideal for all products used in areas where wood is exposed to high moisture levels – from baths to saunas.Redecker‘s "Multi-Wood“ seriesIn work which is 100% manual, the individual layers of wood are laminated together. We use only hand-picked indigenous wood for these exclusive articles. The process is a very lengthy one, because the wood must be absolutely dry. We are very proud of this new line from our factory.

The bristles

This is what we call the plant fibres and animal hair that make up the functional part of our brush. Each type of material used for the bristle portion, or „stocking“ of the brush, is cleaned, boiled, and combed in a process spanning several steps. We call this treatment ‘finishing.‘ Depending on the application, we use the following materials:

Bristles from animal hair

The ‘hair’ from the domestic pig or the wild boar is called bristles. Bristles are significantly thicker and, therefore; harder at the root than at the tip. Depending on the use, hard or soft brushes can be made depending on whether the lower or upper part of the bristles is used.Horse hair is a significant material for the brush maker. Hairs from the tail and the mane are used. The strong hair from the horse’s tail is very suitable for the manufacturing of brushes used for cleaning cobwebs, brooms, and for hand brushes. The soft hair from the mane is ideal, among other things, for shoe polishing brushes.Our products made of split horsehairThe hair is split at each end in a mechanical process. This makes them much softer and more flexible and thus ideal for collecting even the finest dust.The classic bristle for shaving brushes is badger hair. It has rounded tips so it does not irritate or damage the sensitive skin on the face. Its fineness and density ensure a firm, substantial foam. Only the top quality crest hair from the badger’s back is used in our brushes.The hair of the Chinese long-haired goat is by far the softest material in our brushes. Its very fine and dense hair is used in dusting brushes, cosmetic brushes, and also hairbrushes for babies.

Bristles material made from plant fibres

Tampico fibre is obtained from the leaf ribs of a type of agave which grows on the high plains of Mexico. It has a high degree of shape retention and is used for scrubbing brushes, washing brushes, and anywhere high heat resistance is required.Arenga is obtained from the leaf fibres of the Asian sugar palm. Its natural color is dark grey to black. Arenga is finer and softer than other palm fibres, but is nevertheless tough and elastic. Thanks to its lack of sensitivity to wetness, it is ideal for brushes for outdoor use.Coco is obtained from the fruit of the coconut palm. The fibres lie between the external leathery shell and the actual coconut. They can grow up to 30 cm in length, and are used as bristles for brooms, brushes, and hand brushes. As braided cords, coconut fibres are also made into mats.Sisal derives from the leaf fibres of the Mexican sisal palm. Its resistance makes it ideal for the manufacturing of mats and massage gloves. Usually it is not used for the bristles of brushes.The name ‚rice straw‘ is somewhat misleading, as the plant from which it is obtained has nothing to do with rice. ‘Rice straw’ comes from sorghum, a type of cereal which is native to an area from the sub-tropics to the Balkans. Sorghum straw for the manufacturing of ‘rice straw’ is obtained from the upper part of the entire plant, including the panicle. In Germany, the ‘rice straw broom’ became known in the 1960s thanks to guest workers who emigrated from the Balkan countries.In just the same way as rice straw, the name ‘rice root’ is misleading for this particular fibre. The material for rice root brushes does not come from a rice plant, but instead from a grass type called zatacon that grows as a wild plant in the Mexican highlands. The incorrect name probably derives from the Spanish word ‘raiz’, which means ‘root’. In fact, the extremely tough plant fibre comes from the finely corrugated roots of this plant and is used for very hard scouring brushes.Palmyra fibre comes from the leaf ribs of palmyra palms which are found in India and Sri Lanka. The core from the stem of this palm provides the starch-containing foodstuff, sago. Palmyra fibre is, like all plant fibres, water-resistant and is used mainly for street-sweeping brooms. However, it is usually blended with other plant fibres to make union fibre, a mixture which is used above all for vegetable scrubbing brushes, mops, and scrubbers because of its hardness and resilience.

Other materials

The ostrich feather is the queen of feather dusters.Because the individual feathers actually consist of a structure of numerous small feathers, they don’t simply “wipe” dust away but bind it effectively. Ostrich-feather dusters are especially light and thus ideal for dusting glass surfaces, fragile objects, or smaller pieces that tend to topple over easily. Connoisseurs appreciate their delicate softness as well as their thorough dusting power.Based on the season, the feathers of the ostriches may be larger or smaller, thicker or thinner, lighter or darker.We have no influence over these natural characteristics. For this reason, each feather duster will vary – however, this is what always makes it unique.To guarantee a consistent quality standard; however, the feathers used in binding each feather duster are always kept at the same total weight.Horn is a wonderful, alive material that is ideally suited for processing. It can be cut, heated and shaped. Ground and polished, the final products appear in a wide range of attractive colors – from ivory to ebony. Each article is a unique, handcrafted product.Enamel has been held in high regard for centuries thanks to its rust-free, surface-sealing, highly hygenic properties, and ease of cleaning. The first specimens discovered are now more than 3,500 years old. Carl Peter Fabergé used enamel made of noble materials for the decoration of his famous Easter eggs created especially for the Russian czars. The special surface guarantees the simple care and hygiene of these lovely, traditional bathroom articles. The blue edge is applied by hand, resulting in a one-of-a-kind product.Laminated birchwoodThese soap trays made by hand in small manufacturing lots consist of especially robust, laminated birchwood. Owing to its natural material properties, it performs well for long periods in moist and wet environments and thus is especially suited for use in wet zones.

Traditional ceramics from Lower Silesia (Poland)

Bolesławiec ceramics are still made and glazed by hand in the traditional way. The special advantage to which Bolesławiec ceramics owe their popularity, among other things, is their fire-resistance which also makes them dishwasher and microwave safe today.


From raw material to completion

Manual insertion or front insertion – many work steps in brushmaking are old manual techniques that only few still master today. We strive to maintain interest and skills – let us take you on an exciting journey through the world of brushmaking!

This is how the manual assembly of the inserted hair is done.

The wooden body of the brush is divided into halves: the base, into which the stocking (bristles and related fill material) is pulled, has conical holes. The top has none since it is later put into place to hide the pull-in wire.First, the wire is passed through the first hole of the brush and a loop is made for the first bundle of stocking. Then, the brushmaker must grasp the correct amount of stocking material in order to be able to fill out the the individual holes in the body of the brush. For this purpose, a brush compartment machine serves to divide the material into uniform bundles.The material is laid into the wire loop which is then pulled into the body of the brush together with the stocking. In this way, the hole is filled. The wire is inserted into the holes in a certain order and the body of the brush is thus filled with material, loop by loop. After every finished row, the material must be cut to the proper length.So it continues, hole by hole, until the brush body is fully threaded. At the end, the wire is stitched up so that it cannot come undone. The top is screwed on and the brush is finished!

The historic bristle insertion method

Only a few experts master the technique of traditional bristle insertion. In work which is 100% manually crafted, holes are bored into the wood and one by one the sheaves of bristles are inserted into the wood. The extra stiff calcutta bristles used for this are so stiff that they cannot be inserted mechanically. The sealed holes are characteristic of hand-made brushes. These exclusive and rare brushes are made with skill and passion.

Product Care

A brush can be your life-long companion

If you treat our products well, you act sustainably and sensibly. If you treat our brushes well, you can enjoy good tools for many years.

Enjoy our products for a long time.

The best way to care these precious brushes and dusters made of the hair of Chinese long-haired goats or horsehair is the same as your own hair: with lukewarm water and a mild shampoo (or mild detergent solution).
After washing, wrap in a towel and press dry and hang out in the fresh air or indoors at room temperature to dry (please don’t ever lay the brushes on the heater to dry, otherwise the soft bristles may dry out). Then comb out gently using a metal comb and then hang on a hook or lay flat for storage.
If you follow our tips, you will enjoy these high-quality products for a long time.

Brush care

For the optimal cleansing of all of your brushes, use lukewarm soapy water and our special brush cleaner. Using the comb and brush cleaner, you can effortlessly remove all of the hair from your brushes. Simply move the moistened brush cleaner back and forth between the individual rows, effectively removing hairspray residue and other hair care products. Do not immerse your brushes totally in water! After cleansing, dry your brushes with the bristles pointing downward.

Olive wood

Our olive wood products are minimally processed. That means they are only waxed or oiled. Please do not put these natural wood items into the dishwasher or treat with scratchy pads or sponges; rather, rinse them off and dry after use. Rub a little olive or sunflower oil into the wood occasionally to preserve its colour and natural long life.

Shoe Care

Good shoes and good care pay off!

Shoes say a lot about their wearer – as they say. One thing is certain: If you wear good and well-cared-for shoes, you show that you understand the value of things and have good quality awareness.

Caring for smooth leather shoes

Pre-cleaning: Remove the laces. Use a scrub brush to remove coarse dirt (you can also use the same brush to clean the sole and frame). Use a moist cotton cloth to remove dust.Applying the shoe polish: Apply a thin layer of shoe polish with an applicator brush and massage it in with circular strokes. Now the polish has to penetrate the leather. You should ideally allow the shoes to sit overnight.Polishing the leather: Polish the shoes using a polishing brush with rapid strokes and only light pressure on the leather. The heat generated during polishing optimises the consistency of the shoe polish to create a thin protective film. For maximum shine, you can finely polish the shoes with a goat hair brush as the final step.

Caring for suede shoes

Pre-cleaning: Remove the laces. Brush the shoes using a brass brush (in case of suede) or a nubuck brush (in case of nubuck leather).Cleaning: Use an appropriate cleaning agent to clean full-grain leather shoes. Massage it in using a brush for full-grain leather. If the shoes are very dirty, you can also clean them with a suitable rubber (e.g. the Redecker „Rubbel“) and then with a brush under running water. Allow the shoes to dry.Care: After cleaning, apply a care product for full-grain leather in order to protect it on the one hand and refresh the leather colour on the other hand.

Valuable information on leather

Valuable information on leather (Leather = animal skin preserved by tanning) Making leather can be described as one of the oldest trades pursued by people. Even primitive humans knew that the animal skins they used as clothing could be preserved and softened with fat. Leather products are incomparable in terms of appearance and functionality. Tanned, supple leather is relatively impermeable to water, breathable, and also offers heat insulation. Since even footwear has become a disposable article, polishing shoes has become a virtually forgotten art today. But buying and caring for good shoes is well worth it – both for your feet and, over the longer term, for your wallet

Shoe Care Hints

Store your shoes in a dry place (e.g. in a shoebox) but never in a plastic bag. Do not put your leather shoes on or near radiators or other sources of heat. This can cause the leather to warp, crack and become brittle.Day of rest for leather shoes 
Leather shoes should only be worn every second day so that they have time to dry. Insert wooden shoetrees when not being worn. Also, it is best to polish shoes immediately after wearing them since the leather is warm so it absorbs the shoe polish more readily.

Useful helpers in the kitchen

Grandma´s knowledge is valuable for every day

Lots of important knowledge about the right tools for your household has been lost on our path into an industrial and throwaway society. There are many old and new ideas in particular for the kitchen that make everyday work a little easier.

Brushing instead of washing

Mushrooms not only lose their taste when you clean them in water, but also their valuable ingredients as well. It is better to remove any sand or soil residues with a brush.
To remove the coarse dirt from mushrooms while still conserving them, the reverse side of our folding knife for mushrooms has sharp bristles for this purpose.

The nutritious part is under the skin

Some types of fruit should not be peeled but rather eaten with the skin because important vitamins lie directly under the peel. Before enjoying these, however, the fruit must be cleaned thoroughly. For this we recommend our fruit brush.

Durable kitchen tools for perfect handling

Olive wood is special not only because of its extraordinarily beautiful grain – it is also extremely hard due to the slow growth of the olive tree. Its high oil content makes it resistant to moisture, easy to grip, and smooth. Our olive wood products are minimally processed. That means they are only waxed or oiled. Please do not put these natural wood items into the dishwasher or treat with scratchy pads or sponges; rather, rinse them off and dry after use. Rub a little olive or sunflower oil into the wood occasionally to preserve 
its colour and natural long life.

Copper makes sensitive surfaces shine!

It has almost been forgotten, the scratch-free cleansing power of copper! Fine copper strands lift even the most stubborn dirt gently – because copper is a soft metal which doesn’t scratch when wet. Our copper products clean pots, pans, sinks, stoves, Ceran cooktops, glass, stainless steel, and much more. They are wonderfully suited to gently and thoroughly remove rust deposits from flatware. They will leave no scratches on enamel or Ceran surfaces and will bring your sink to a high gloss. Do not use on Teflon or other sensitive surfaces, and always use with plenty of water.

For the optimal coffee!

The espresso machine brush cleans coffee grounds quickly and without water from the strainer and the machine. Light or dark coloured firm natural bristles are fixed in an aluminum clamp and the handle is made of oiled beech, or thermowood, and has a leather hanging strap.

For everyday use

Plates and cups can be cleaned quickly and thoroughly using our soft horsehair brush. The stiffer plant fibre is ideally suited for pots and pans. For the best grip, use our pot brush.Our milk bottle brush is particularly suited for the thorough cleaning of milk bottles, baby bottles, thermos flasks, and wheat beer glasses due to its shape. The horsehair bristles are heat resistant and especially gentle on all surfaces. That’s why this brush is the optimal kitchen helper.Quick and easy. Our apple divider made of stainless steel provides clean, consistent slices and keeps you from having to remove the seed housing from each piece.Our vegetable brushes made of beechwood and plant fibre clean every sort of vegetable gently and thoroughly. With a stiffer side for potatoes and root vegetables and a softer side for the more delicate varieties.Mmmm – deliciousHow do you get honey out of a jar without ending up with sticky fingers? It’s easiest with our honey dipper made of untreated beechwood. The grooves allow the honey to stick to the wood so you can neatly move it from jar to bread or teacup.

How can I get that clean?

Whether it’s a champagne flute, floor vase, milk frother tube, Sigg bottle or coffee pot spout—there is a proper brush for everything. You can be sure to find the one you need in our wide range of twisted cleansing brushes.

Read without back strain

Our book holder makes reading easier by slanting the book at the optimal angle. This isn’t simply good for reading recipes in the kitchen, but also for crafting or reading music, or even when the book is simply too heavy. The holder can be folded up to save space when you don’t need it.

Potatoes simply taste best when hot

This is our two-part set made of beechwood for peeling hot potatoes. It consists of a potato pick, so that you don’t burn your fingers on the hot potatoes, and a peeling knife. The tines and blade are made of rust-free stainless steel. The potato pick has many advantages over a simple fork: Its tines are thinner, so that the potatoes do not break apart, and they are arranged in a triangle shape, which gives you more grip on the potato.

Definitely the most environmentally responsible way to remove calcium:

Place Kessy in any container used to heat water. The stainless steel mesh will soon become visibly white, as the calcium contained in the water is absorbed exclusively by Kessy. Then just tap the Kessy clean after it’s dry, and it’s ready to be used again. Heating elements and the bottoms of your pots stay free of calcium without the use of harmful chemicals.

Useful helpers in home and yard

Practical advice and products for the household

Why make things needlessly difficult? Craftspeople know that using the right tools saves work and improves the quality of the result …

When summer comes

It is not at all difficult to clean your crusty grill quickly and easily. Without great effort, you can remove dried-on deposits with our grill brush. The scraper can be rotated on the brush easily by means of a fastener with a wing nut, so that various diameters of grill grate bars are no longer a problem.

Our dust brooms and brushes

Dust brushes of soft hand-constructed goathair bristles are specially suited for sensitive smooth surfaces, such as pianos, glass tables, etc.

In front of the door

Durable and waterproof: Coco-MatsCoco-mats are absolutely water and frost-proof. These all-weather doormats excel in durability and long life and feature the typical warm color of the coconut fiber.Protect your doormats against wetness!Our doormats with wooden 
elements rest on rubber feet: even when the floor is moist, the mat stays dry. Still, the mats should not be subjected to 
constant, heavy, direct moisture. Mats made of coconut fibres are 
absolutely insensitive to water.

This is the right way to sweep

Do not push the broom with force, but pull it to conserve the hair. On occasion you can wash and comb the horsehair, to maintain the quality of sweeping and to remove dirt. Please always store the broom hanging!

Cleaning rain pipes

What could be worse than having to clean a gutter on a cold, rainy Saturday afternoon?
Not much! But our gutter-cleaning products make the job much easier, at least. With our gutter cleaner you can pull in leaves from both sides along a four-meter length of gutter – and then lift them out easily with the gutter shovel. You only need to move the ladder a few times – and presto, you’re done and the gutter is clean!

For cleaning heating element fins

Our radiator brushes are extremely flexible for reaching under window sills and in small spaces. The soft goat hair is so adaptable that the bristles also fit through the smallest slits in the cover. You don’t even need to remove the cover first! The wire coating protects the heating elements from scratches.

Appliances for kids

Mama? May I help you?

Children will like to help with more than just baking and cooking if you take the time to explain the purpose of your work to them. Offering proper child-appropriate tools will help as well!

Appliances for kids

Kids love to help with household chores and it’s a great way for them to learn many different activities quickly and easily. But standard appliances are not suited for kids because of their size. When kids use the same appliances that grown-ups use, it can damage their posture and increase the risk of injury. Our play appliances are geared precisely to the needs and physical requirements of the various age levels – so learning is easy and fun! For children up to 3 years old, we recommend brooms with an overall length of 70 cm and for older kids, brooms with a length of 90 cm.

Kitchenware for kids

Watch your kids‘ eyes light up when they see our cooking and baking items made of untreated beechwood. With these cute and practical utensils they won’t have to just watch mom in the kitchen – they can help too. Let’s put on the kids’ aprons and begin!

Clothes care

… with the right brushes

The good old clothes brush has mostly disappeared from our cabinets. It shouldn´t have! Good fabrics can improve shape and surface when brushed and look like new again.

The Redecker lint brush

The Redecker lint brush is a special kind of brush. The hand-mounted natural rubber takes on a static charge through rubbing and attracts hair, lint and dust like a magnet. The particles deposited on the surface can then be removed easily by hand or under running water. We are truly proud of this invention – the “natural magnet” from Redecker.

Natural moth protection without chemicals!

American red cedar has a fragrant aroma that is pleasing to people but repels moths. Therefore, you can keep your clothes moth-free with cedar wood products. Place 2 – 5 cedar pieces up per wardrobe unit in such a way that they are not covered by clothes. In drawers or storage compartments 2 pieces are adequate. Place the cedar items on a piece of paper to protect the clothing from the oils in the cedar. When the scent begins to fade, rough the wood slightly with sandpaper. This type of moth protection is absolutely environmentally friendly, since American red cedar is not an endangered plant cultivated under governmental regulations.

Spot gone!

If at home or while traveling, this soap, in a convenient stick-form, removes – gently but thoroughly – spots like grass-stains, wine-, fruit-, gravy-, blood-, grease-stains, etc.

Hair care

What good brushes can do for your hair

Bristles or pins? How many rows does my brush need? Hair care needs more than brushing through it in the morning: Long brushing spreads natural care agents produced by the scalp evenly to produce healthy, glossy and magnificent hair!

Hair Care - which brush is right for me?

Proper hair care, but how?When we think of hair care, we think of shampoo, conditioner, and gel. But the effects of a good brush are all too often ignored. Hairbrushes are plentiful – but unfortunately so many of them are of poor quality. Cheap plastic does not belong on our sensitive scalp. Choosing the right brush depends on the type of hair, the length, and also the hairstyle. Basic rule number 1: A hairbrush must be made of natural, healthy materials. Synthetic materials such as plastic damage our hair and scalp over the long term and may even cause injuries or dandruff.Which brush is right for me?Some of us prefer rounded metal pins, others are totally dedicated to the wooden ones, which compared to wild boar bristles, are probably the healthiest for hair. Redecker recommends hairbrushes with four to eight rows for short and medium hair, and brushes with eight to ten rows for longer hair. However, personal preferences always play a role here. The following rule of thumb applies: The longer and thicker the hair, the larger the brush and the longer the bristles.

The brush

The bodys of our hairbrushes are made of wood refined with a natural wax finish. Various types of wood including pear, beech, thermo ash, and olive define our product range. The latter is hard with small pores due to its slow growth. The high proportion of oil makes it water-repellent.A further natural characteristic of our brushes is the bristle stocking material made of wooden pins and animal hair. Wood pins: Anti-static and temperature-regulatingThe wooden pins that constitute the bristles of our hairbrushes are made of sturdy hornbeam. The slender wooden pins are rounded at the ends and offer a gentle, protective, and pleasant pampering of the sensitive skin on the scalp. Moreover, the pins are effectively embedded into the cushion of the brush to prevent needless pulling of the hair, which loosens it at the roots. Also, in contrast to metal pins, the wooden ones hardly absorb heat during blow-drying and have a desirable anti-static effect.Goat hair: Like a gentle caressGoat hair is especially soft and gentle on a baby‘s scalp. For young children, we recommend hairbrushes with soft pig bristles – because the „grownup brushes“ are usually too hard for the delicate skin of children.Wild boar bristles: The best for your hairThe wild boar bristles in our hairbrushes are punched and assembled at various lengths so that your hair is caught at different levels during brushing, which allows for ease of styling. Dust and dirt particles are released from the scalp and hair during brushing. Oil released by the roots, the so-called sebum, is evenly distributed through the hair. This protects against dry, brittle ends and gives hair a natural shine. Wild boar bristles are also extremely heat-resistant, even at high blow-drying temperatures. They have the right hardness for brushing your hair and scalp vigorously yet gently. For those who like it softer, we also offer light, soft bristles as part of our product range.

Brush care

For the optimal cleansing of all of your brushes, use lukewarm soapy water and our special brush cleaner. Using the comb and brush cleaner, you can effortlessly remove all of the hair from your brushes. Simply move the moistened brush cleaner back and forth between the individual rows, effectively removing hairspray residue and other hair care products. Do not immerse your brushes totally in water! After cleansing, dry your brushes with the bristles pointing downward.


Attention: Hot hairdryer!When drying your hair, please ensure that the hairdryer is set to a low temperature. Setting the hairdryer too hot damages the hair structure and quickly looses shape and shine. It is best to only blowdry hair briefly or allow it to air dry. You should also try not to wash your hair daily, since this merely stimulates the sebaceous glands in the scalp into excess production so that hair gets oily much more quickly. Instead an occasional head massage, possibly witha cold pressed plant oil, is good for the hair and scalp.

A wet shave

Start your day like a gentleman

Soap, pots, warm water, a badger hair or even a silver tip brush and a moment of calm – That´s all a gentleman needs to start his day confidently and well-groomed. Followed up with a few drops of a good after-shave lotion…

For the perfect shave in four steps

1. Moisten the skin with warm soapy water and place a towel soaked with hot water on your face for 30 seconds.

2. Thoroughly lay the beard in foam with a good badger‘s hair shaving brush. Let it soak in for 2 minutes!

3. Shave with a sharp and clean blade “the right way” and not too harshly. Start with the sideburns and finish under the throat.

4. Wash your face with clear cold water: that closes the pores. An aftershave or shaving balm disinfects and smoothes the skin. A fresh start for the day!


To maintain the good quality, rinse the shaving brush out with clean water after use, as soap residues can “eat away” the glue. For drying always hang it up!

Wellness and massage

Be comfortable and relax with our brushes and soaps

Health depends on well-being. The more old-fashioned term for "wellness". Brushes are the ideal tools for innumerable massage and other treatments – also in combination with sauna.

Natural strokes

Brush massage has been around since there were brushes. Many cultures know about the healing and revitalising effect of natural bristles on the skin. But it is not limited to powerful strokes of the brush to stimulate circulation: A gentle brush massage in particular allows you to experience a perceptible enhancement of your personal wellbeing.

How can I find the right massage brush for me?

Are you looking for a massage brush for dry massage or for the sauna? You can even get both in one brush. important criteria for your choice includes handling and the hardness of the bristles. if you regularly want to include your entire back in the massage then your brush should have a handle - ideally with a firm grip - so the head of the brush cannot fall off even when massaging your back vigorously. the best way to test the hardness of your massage brush is on the inside of your forearm. if it feels nice then those are the right bristles for you!

Different materials and models to suit personal preferences

The materials used for massage tools include: Bristles with various degrees of hardness; horsehair; blends of horsehair and plant fibres; wooden pins; the plant fibre “tampico fibre”; sisal; and knitted flax. All our massage brushes are made of native wood such as beech, pear, or thermo ash wood.

Brush massage (dry brushes)

Dry massage is a wonderful way to stimulate the heart, circulatory system and nerves, but please be sure to observe the following rules: Always begin the massage on the body parts furthest away from the heart - the feet followed by the arms. Massage towards the heart with 3-5 long, strong strokes of the brush. In the area of the abdomen, chest, and back, massage clockwise using smaller, circular strokes. A pleasant, cosmetic side effect of such a massage is a gentle peeling. The massage removes dead cells from the surface of the skin. It is normal for the skin to warm up and redden slightly and a contrast shower after the massage enhances the effect. Dry brushing while you are too cold or hot is not recommended.

Sauna brushes

The sauna has been a cultural institution in Finland for centuries and is considered the source of everything good. High-quality sauna accessories can offer physical relaxation and enhance the positive effects of sauna use. Our brushes make using the sauna a great experience! So what is a sauna without a brush? A pleasant brush massage during your time in the sauna works wonders! Of course you can also use a „sauna brush“ as a dry massage brush in your bathroom at home.

Massage gloves

Massage mitts made of sisal or flax are not just practical for intensive massage but are also ideal for washing. While all products are machine-washable at 60° C, they should not be dried in the dryer.

Massage brush for children

The soft bristles of this brush are ideal for baby and toddler massages. With a motif for children, the brushes are suitable as a massage or bathing brush.

Body Ionic brush

The body ionic brush supports your striving for physical and spiritual wellbeing, as the massage with this brush provides an energetic synthesis. Just three minutes a day is all you need to revitalize and relax and to stimulate the circulation.

How it works: Positive ions restrict the energy supply to the body from outside. Therefore an energy balance by negative charged ions (anions) should be established. The ionic body brush is an uncomplicated aid for producing these anions with the molecular structure of the fine bronze filament (a copper-tin alloy).

Anti-cellulite brush

Declare war on orange peel skin! With regular use, the sturdy wood pins can tighten the skin and effectively reduce the appearance of cellulite.

Back Creamer (cream applicator)

Our back creamer (cream applicator) includes an instruction sheet and three cotton wool applicator pads.

Instructions for use
1)Take the pad out of the package.
2a)Place pad centered on the flat side of the cream applicator.
2b)Place the metal ring on top of the pad and press onto the rim of the wood base.
3)Apply cream – done!

Soaps made of mare‘s milk

Mare‘s milk is very similar to human breast milk and can therefore be well absorbed by the human body. With a high concentration in vitamins such as vitamin C and vitamin D (17 times higher than cow‘s milk) it is of extraordinary quality, since both vitamins fulfill important tasks for the human skin. Mare‘s milk is also rich in minerals and unsaturated acids, especially essential amino acids, which have long been used successfully in treating inflamed skin.

Specially gentle: soap with sheep’s milk

Our sheep’s milk soaps pamper and protect your skin during frequent washing because they are especially gentle. Almond oil and shea butter are also added to the soaps, to increase the nurturing effect even more. All the soaps also contain RSPO certified palm oil, water, perfume and natural sheep’s milk. The ingredients are supplemented by individual herbs and scent extracts. Decorative, nurturing and with a very pleasant scent!

Natural sponge

This quality natural sponge is from the Mediterranean and was „harvested“ by hand. Rinse with clean water after each use, gently squeeze dry, and hang up to air dry. Please don’t ever wring it out. Heavily soiled natural sponges can also be wash in the machine up to a maximum of 30 degrees Celsius or disinfected with 70% medicinal alcohol (Isopropanol) – of course, natural sponges are not machine-washable in hot water.

Pumice stone

Proven for thousands of years: pumice stone is the natural way to remove calluses from hands and feet. The pumice stone should not be used dry, but with a small amount of water. Pumice is a natural product made of volcanic lava. Since it hardly wears down, a pumice stone will last for many years.

Loofah soap cushions

Loofah soap cushions have a dual function: the soap stays dry, because wet soap and water remain in the bottom side of the cushions, where they are used again: 
to clean the wash bassin.

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Dear friends and customers of Redecker,

A new year – a new look: Our new website and Webshop is officially online!
All Redecker products and our way of inventing and living can be found on our new website. We invested a lot of work, heart and soul.

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We wish all Redecker friends a prosperous new year!

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